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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS' 

Office of the Register of Copyrights 

Washington, D. C. 



& 1898 

CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



VOL. 16. 
Third qua iter, 1898 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1898. 







LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 16, no. 1. 
Whole no, 366— July 13, 1S98. 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 
(1) Books proper 5 



(2) Miscellaneous 



12 



(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 15 

II. Dramatic Compositions 20 

III. Periodicals 20 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions of Music 32 

V. Maps and Charts 45 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 47 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 50 

VIII. Photographs 51 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the tine 

arts) 64 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors... 64 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1898. 



, 



EXPLANATION. — The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as 
shown in the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS-(l) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IY. Musical 
Ccoitositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Authors. 

Adams. Charles R. ed. 

Handbook for architects and build- 
ers; published under the auspices of 
the directors of the Chicago architects' 
business association. Chicago, H. O. 
Shepard co., 1898. 208 pp. illus. 8°. 1 

Copyright bv H. L. Palmer, Chicago, 
111. 1898, no. 28188, May 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8. 

Babyhood's health library . . . [anon.] 
New York, Babyhood pub. co. [1898] 
lp.l., 46 pp. 12°. cop. 2 

Contents. 

Holt, L. E. Diet for young children, p. 1. 
Reform in infant clothing, p. 41. 

Seiler, C. The prevention of chronic nasal 
catarrh, p. 22. 

Yale. L. M. Colds: their causes and pre- 
vention, p. 14. 

Yale, L. M. Constipation in children and 
its domestic management, p. 30. 

Copyright by Babyhood pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 20216, Mar. 29. 
1 copy rec'd July 2. 1 copy rec'd 
May 31. 

[Balch, George T.] 

A patriotic primer for the little 
citizen. An auxiliary in teaching 
the youth of our country the true prin- 
ciples of American citizenship, [anon.] 
3d ed., rev. and enl. by W. Foster. 
Indianapolis, Levey bros. & co.. 1898. 
112 pp. illus. 8°. cop. 3 

Copyright by W. Foster, Indianapo- 
lis, Incl. 1897/ no. 61873, Nov. 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Barnes, Charles Eeid. 

Plant life, considered with special 
reference to form and function. 
New York, H. Holt & co., 1898. x, 428 
pp. illus. pi. 12 : . cop. 1 

Copyright by H. Holt & co., New 
York.' 1898,no.29172, May 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2. 

Batten, Samuel Zane. 

The new citizenship; Christian char- 
acter in its Biblical ideals, sources, 
and relations. Philadelphia, The 



Authors — Continued. 

Batten, Samuel Zane — Continued. 
Union press [1898] 1 p. 1., viii, 5-306 
pp. 12 c . cop. (Green fund book, no. 
12a.) 5 

Copyright by the American Sunday 
school union, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 
6970, Jan. 21. 2 copies rec'd July 6. 

Bryan, William J[ennings], 

The first battle. A story of the cam- 
paign of 1896; together with a col- 
lection of his speeches and a biograph- 
ical sketch by his wife. Chicago, 
AY. B. Conkey co. [1898] 673 pp. illus. 
8°. cop. 6 

Copyright by W. J. Bryan, Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 40951, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8. 

Burks' southern California business di- 
rectory. 1898 . . . Los Angeles, Los 
Angeles directory co., 1898. 8 C . cop. 7 
Copyright by the Los Angeles di- 
rectory co., Los Angeles. 1898, no. 
40134, July 5. 2 copies rec'd July 5. 

Burton, Alma Holman. 

Four American patriots, Patrick 
Henry, Alexander Hamilton. Andrew 
Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant ; a book for 
young Americans. New York, Chi- 
cago [etc.] Werner school bk. co. 
[1898] 251pp. illus. 12°. cop. 8 

Copyright by Werner school bk. co.. 
Chicago. 1898, no. 33436, May 31. 2 
copies rec'd July 5. 

Carter, Nicholas, pseud. 

See [Coryell, John Russell]. 

Chambers. Robert W. 

The haunts of men. New York, 
F. A. Stokes co. [1898, | 4 p. 1., 302 pp. 
12°. cop. i' 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes CO., New 
York. ' 1898, no. 25356, Apr. 22. 2 copies 
rec'd July 1. 

Clark. Francis E[dward]. 

Fellow travellers: a personally con- 
ducted journey in three continent-. 
with impressions of men. things, and 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Clark, Francis E[dward] — Continued, 
events. New York, Chicago [etc.] 

F. H. Revell co., 1898. 1 p. ]., 288 pp. 
pi. 12 : . cop. 10 

Copyright by F. H. Revell co., New 
York. 1898, no. 10045, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2. 

Clarke, John C[aldwell] C[alhoun]. 

Self and the father. Pt. 1. Person, 
divine and human, as known in psy- 
chology and philosophy. Chicago, 
R. R. Donnelley & sons co. 1898. 12 c . 
cop. 11 

Copyright by J. C. C. Clarke, Alton, 
111. 1898, no. 39615, June 30. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5. 
[Coryell, John Russell]. 

Among the nihilists; or, A plot 
against the czar. By Nicholas Carter 
[pseud.] New York, Street & Smith 
[1898]. 187 pp. 12°. cop. (Magnet 
detective library, no. 13.) 12 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York/ 1898, no, 10833, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7. 
The credit rating co. Louisville, Ky. 

The merchant's experience guide. 
Louisville district. 1898 . . . Louis- 
ville, Ky., The Credit rating co., 1898. 
fol. cop. 13 

Copyright bv The Credit rating co., 
Louisville, Ky. 1898, no. 38328, June 
23. 2 copies rec'd July 2. 

The cyclop a? dia appendix for 1898. A 
supplement to all cyclopaedias; taking 
all the important titles found in every 
cyclopaedia and giving the information 
that is new or recent concerning them 
. . . Edited by George J. Hagar. 
New York, H. G. Mien & co. [1898] 
maps. 1°. cop. 11 

Copvright by H. G. Allen, New York. 
1898, no. 38163, June 21. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2. 
Daniels, Josephus. 

The first fallen hero ; a biographical 
sketch of Worth Bagley, ensign, U. S. 
N . . . Norfolk, Ya., S. W. Bowman, 
1898. 88 pp. pi. port. 8 C . cop. 15 

Copvright by S. W. Bowman, Nor- 
folk, Ya. 1898, no. 35377, June 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 5. 
Davies, Charles. 

Elements of surveying and leveling; 
revised by J. H. Van Amringe. New 
York. Cincinnati [etc. J American book 
co. [1898]. 371,29,161pp. illus. 8°. 
cop. 16 

Copyright bv J. M. Davies, E. R. 
Allan and A. Davies, U. S. 1898, no. 
27012, Apr. 30. 2 copies rec'd July 5. 



Authors — Continued . 

Denton, S[herman] F. 

. . . Moths and butterflies of the 
United States east of the Rocky moun- 
tains. In eight sections. Section 3. 
Boston, B. Whidden, 1898. illus. pi. 
l c . cop. 17 

Copyright bv B. Whidden, Boston. 
1898, no. 38861. 2 copies rec'd July 1. 

Dickens, Mary Angela. 

The love that wins. Chicago and 
New York, Rand, McNally & co. [1897] 
330 pp. 12 c . cop. (Globe library, v. 
2, no. 288.) ' 18 

Copyright by M. A. Dickens. Lon- 
don, England. 1897, no. 19690. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Directory of Portland and vicinity; com- 
plete street directory, map of the city 
and vicinity, v. 39, 1898. Portland, 
Me., The Thurston print, 1898. 8-. 
cop. 19 

Copyright by Thurston print, Port- 
land, Me. 1898, no. 36686, June 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 8. 

Dreibelbiss, John. 

" Start right." Acts and conse- 
quences. History and trials of a pio- 
neer family. A will, and other semi- 
legal narratives, including the value 
of abstracts of title to real estate. Pen 
drawings by S. M. McFerran. Fort 
Wayne, Ind., J. Dreibelbiss, 1898. 258 
pp. pi. port. 8°. cop. 20 

Copyright by J. Dreibelbiss, Fort 
Wayne, Ind. 1898, no. 40416, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 5. 

Fernow, Berth old. 

New Amsterdam family names and 
their origin. New York and London, 
G. P. Putnam's sons, 1898. 8°. cop. 
(Half moon series, v. 2. no. 6.) 21 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 36327, June 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 2. 

[Forrest, William E.] 

The game in Wall street, and how to 
play it successfully. By "Hoyle" 
[pseud.] New York, J^ S. Ogilvie 
pub. co., 1898. 80 pp. 2 tables. 12°. 
cop. 22 

Copyright by J. S. Oailvie pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 37361, June 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 1. 
Foster [Robert F. ] 

Foster's common sense leads, and how 
to learn them. New York, Brenta- 
no's[1898] 39pp. illus. 12°. cop. 23 

Copyright bv Brentano's. New York. 
1898, no. 33747.' May 31. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9. 






BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Globe library. 

v. 2, no. 288. Dickens, Mary A. 
love that wins. [1897.] 



The 









Gopsill's Atlantic City directory, includ- 
ing Chelsea, Ventnor, South Atlantic, 
and Longport, for 1898 . . . Phila- 
delphia, J. Gopsill's sons, 1898. 8°. 
cop. 24 

Copyright by J. Gopsill's sons, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 39808, July 1. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5. 

Gottschalk, Alfred L. M. 

A book of verse. Philadelphia, 

F. M. Rumble [1898] 31 pp. 18°. 
cop. 25 

Copyright by A. L. M. Gottschalk, 
New York. 1898, no. 25789, Apr. 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 1. 

Halstead, William Riley. 

Christ in tbe industries. Cincin- 
nati and New York, Curts & Jennings 
[1898] 179 pp. 12°. cop. 26 

Copyright by The Western methodist 
book concern, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, 
no. 38080, June 22. 2 copies rec'd 
July 8. 

Handbook for architects and builders. 
1898. 
See Adams, Charles R. ed. 

Hogan, John F. ed. and comp. 

The history of the National republi- 
can league of the United States. With 
portraits and sketches of representa- 
tive men of the Republican party. 
Introduction by Hon. Hazen S. Pin- 
gree. [n. p. 1898] 439 pp. illus. 
port. 4°. cop. 27 

Copyright by J. F. Hogan, Detroit, 
Mich. 1898, no. 39366, June 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2. 

"Hoyle." pseud. 

See [Forrest, William E.] The game 
in Wall street. 1898. 

Hurd, Edward Franklin. 

The Masonry of the Bible; a . . . 
treatise on, and exposition of, the 
principles of ancient craft masonry, as 
they appear in the literal reading of 
the great light of masonry, which is 
the Holy Bible. With a personal in- 
troduction by . . . R. R. Russell. 
Louisville, Ky., C. T. Dearing, 1898. 
281 pp. port, 8°. cop. 28 

Copyright by E. F. Hurd, \Yarsaw, 
Ky. 1898, no. 26761, Apr. 29. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2. 



Authors— Continued. 

Innian, Henry. 

Tales of the trail; short stories of 
western life. Topeka, Kans., Crane 
"& co., 1898. viii, 280 pp. illus. 12°. 
cop. 29 

Copyright by Crane & co,, Topeka, 
Kans. 1898, no. 39610, June 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 8. 

International clinics: a quarterly of 
clinical lectures . . . Edited by J. 
Daland, J. M. Bruce, D. W. Finlay. v. 
2, eighth series. 1898. Philadel- 
phia, J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. illus. 
8°. cop. 30 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 41240, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9. 

The International correspondence 
schools, Seranton, Pa. 

The elements of mathematics and 
physics ... 1st ed. Seranton, Tbe 
Colliery engineer co., 1898. 3 v. 8°. 
cop. 31-32-33 

Contents. 

v. 1. Arithmetic, algebra, logarithms, 
geometry, and trigonometry, elementary 
mechanics, hydromechanics^ pneumatics, 
heat . . . 

v. 2. Tables and formulas. 

v. 3. Answers to questions. 

Copyright by The Colliery engineer 
co., Seranton/ Pa. 1898, nos. 10607- 
10609, Feb. 9. ' 2 copies rec'd July 6. 

Jaggar, Thomas A. 

The man of the ages, and other 
recent sermons. New York, J. Pott & 

cop. 
34 



co., 1898. 3 p. 1., 413 pp. 12* 



Copyright by J. Pott & co., New 
York. * 1898, no. 12210, Feb. 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 8. 

[Kaler], James Otis. 

The princess and Joe Potter; ".by 
James Otis [pseud.] Illustrated by V. 
Oakley. Boston, Estes & Lauriat 
[1898] 249 pp. illus. pi. 8°. cop. 

35 
Copyright by Estes A Lauriat, 
Boston. 1S98, no. 32281, May 25. 2 
copies rec'd July S. 

Kessdal, Claw 

Barnebogen. Minneapolis, Minn., 
The Free church bk. concern, L898. 
vi. 72 pp. illus. V2 . 36 

Copyright by Tin 1 Free church bk. 
concern, Minneapolis, L898, no. 20353, 
Mar. 29. 2 copies reo'd Julj l. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Knowles, Archibald Campbell. 

Joscelyn Vernon. A story of the 
days of Kino- Charles the First. Phila- 
delphia, G." W. Jacobs & co., 1898. 
140 pp. 12°. cop. 37 

Copyright by A. C. Knowles, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 18636, Mar. 21. 2 
copies rec'd July 8. 
Lane, George M[artin] 

A Latin grammar for schools and 
colleges. New York and Loudon, 
Harper &. bros., 1898. xiy, 1 1. 571, 
[1] pp. 8°. cop. 38 

Copyright by Gardiner M. Lane & 
Louisa Van Rensselaer. 1898, no. 32580. 
2 copies rec'd July 1. 
The lawyers' reports annotated, book 39 ; 
all current cases of general value and 
importance, with full annotation. B. 
A. Rich, editor, and H. P. Farnham, 
asst. Rochester, N. Y., The Lawyers' 
cooperative pub. co., 1898. 8 C . cop. 

39 
Copyright by The Lawyers' coopera- 
tive pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 1898, 
no. 40436, July 5. 2 copies rec'd July 8. 
Lhomond, [Charles Francois]. 

Lhomond's Yiri Romse; literally 
translated from Duval's (Hachette, 
Paris) edition by E. Roth. Phila- 
delphia, D. McKay [1898] 162 pp. 
16°. cop. 39a 

Copyright by D. McKay, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 31812, May 23. 2 copies 
rec'd July 9. 
Long, J. C. and Brinton, G. H. 

Money in squabs . . . Washington, 
D. C, G. E. Howard & co [1898.] 93 
pp. ilius. 12 c . cop. 40 

Copyright by G. E. Howard & co., 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 37423, June 
18. 2 copies rec'd July 7. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. 

The song of Hiawatha; with one 
hundred original illustrations. Phil- 
adelphia, H. Altemus, 1898. 304 pp. 
illus. pi. port. 12°. cop. 41 

Copyright by H. Altemus, Philadel- 
phia. * 1898, no\ 32276, May 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2. 
Macaulay, [Thomas Babington] lord. 

The complete works of Lord Macau- 
lay. Whitehall ed. v. 1-4. New 
York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons. 
[1898.] pi. port. 8 3 . cop. 42-45 
Contents. 
v. 1-4. The history of England from the 
accession of James the second ; with an intro- 
duction by E. P. Cheyney. 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1898, nos. 30211, 30212, 
38065, 38066, June 22. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9. 



Authors — Continued. 



Wood' 



Marine biological laboratory 
Holl, Mass. 

Biological lectures delivered at the 
Marine biological laboratory, Woods 
Holl, 1896-97. Boston, Giun & co., 
1898. 2 p. 1., 242 pp. illus. 8°. cop. 

46 
Contents. 
Bunipus, H. C. The variations and muta- 
tions of the introduced sparrow, p. 1. 

Conklin, E. G. Cleavage and ' differentia- 
tion, p. 17. 

Crampton, H. E. Coah scence experiments 
upon the lepidoptera. p. 219. 

Foot, K. The centrosomes of the fertilized 
egg of allolobophora foetida. p. 45. 

Graf, A. The physiology of excretion, 
p. 79. 

Humphrey, J. E. The selection of plant 
types for the general biology course, p. 193. 
' Mead, A. D. The rate of cell-division and 
the function of the centrosome. p. 203. 

Tenhallow, D. P. A classification of the 
.North American taxaceae and conifera on the 
basis of the stem structure, p. 175. 

Scott. "W. B. The methods of palaeontolog- 
ical inquiry, p. 59. 

Whitman, C. O. Some of the functions and 
features of a biological station, p. 231. 
Wilder, B. G. Some neural terms, p. 109. 

Copyright by Ginn & co., Boston. 
1898, no. 34881, Juue 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 7. 
Martiudale mercantile agency. 

The Martindale mercantile agency . . . 
Annual guide, unabridged ed. June, 
1898. A complete directory of associate 
offices aud correspondents . . . 31st yr. 
New York and Chicago [J. J. Little & 
co.] 1898. 8°. cop. 47 

Copyright by The Martindale mer- 
cantile agency, New York. 1898, no. 
39252, June 28. 2 copies rec'd June 8. 
Maryland. Court of appeals. 

Eeports of cases argued and adjudged 
. . . by William T. Brantly, state re- 
porter, v. 86, containing cases in April 
and October terms, 1897. Frederick, 
Md.,Baughman bros., 1898. 8-. cop. 48 

Copyright by W. T. Brantly, Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 34632, Juue 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 7. 
Massey, G. Betton. 

Conservative gynecology and electro- 
therapeutics ; a practical treatise on the 
diseases of women and their treatment 
by electricity. 3d ed. rev., rewritten 
and greatly enlarged. Philadelphia, 
New York [etc.] The F. A. Davis co., 
1898. xv, 394 pp. illus. pi. 8°. cop. 

49 

Copyright by The F. A. Davis co., 
Philadelphia, 1898, no. 38692, June 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 6. 

The merchants' experience guide, Louis- 
ville district. 1898. 

See The Credit rating co., Louisville, 
Ky. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 






Authors — Continued. 

Michigan. Supreme court. 

Miehiganreports. Cases decided . . . 
from March 24 to June 30, 1896. John A. 
Brooks, state reporter, v. 109. 1st ed. 
Chicago, Callaghan & co., 1898. 8°. 
cop. 50 

Copyright by The State of Michigan 
by Washington Gardner, secretary of 
state. Michigan. 1898. no. 36331, June 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 5. 

The mineral industry, its statistics, 
technology and trade, in the United 
States ancl other countries to the end 
of 1897. Edited by Richard P. Roth- 
well, v. 6, supplementing volumes 1 
to 5. New York and London, The j 
Scientific pub. co., 1898. 8 : . cop. 51 j 
Copyright by Richard P. Roth well, j 
New York. 1898, no. 31631, June 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 1. 

Minnesota. Supreme court. 

A digest of the decisions of the su- 
preme court of Minnesota from April, 
1892, to February, 1898 . . . being v. 
3 of the Minnesota digest. ... St. 
Paul, Minn., West pub. co., 1898. 8°. 
cop. 52 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. 
Paul, Minn. 1898, no. 34691, June 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 5. 

Morehouse, Frank E. 

Bible readings on the double heart 
and kindred truths . . . Introduction 
by O. E. Murray. Napoleon, Mich., 
F. E. Morehouse, 1898. 174 pp. illus. 
16°. cop. 53 

Copyright by Frank E. Morehouse, 
Napoleon, Mich. 1898, no. 33804, June 
1. 2 copies rec'd July 2. 

Morris, Henry O. 

Waiting' for the signal; a novel. 
Chicago, The Schulte pub. co. [1897] 
407 pp. pi. 12°. cop. 54 

Copyright by Matta C. Morris, 
Pueblo, Colo. 1897,no. 65453, Nov. 24. 
2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Mracek, Franz. 

Atlas of syphilis and the venereal 
diseases, including a brief treatise on 
the pathology and treatment; author- 
ized translation from the German; 
edited by L. B. Bangs. Philadel- 
phia, W. B. Saunders. 1898. 16 pp.. 
[731.] 122 pp. illus. pi. 12°. cop. 
(Saunders' medical hand-atlases.) ~>o 

Copyright by W. B. Saunders, Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 33391. May 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 8. 



Authors — Continued. 

New Haven directory (including West 
Haven) 1898 . . . no. 59. [New Haven] 
The Price & Lee co., 1898. 8°. cop. 56 
Copyright by The Price & Lee co., 
New Haven, Conn. 1898, no. 40781, 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 8. 

New York life insurance co. 

Premium rates, guarantees, and illus- 
trations of policies. New York, 1898. 
xlii, 562 pp. 12°. cop. 57 

Copyright by New York life insur- 
ance co., New York. 1898, no. 39375, 
June 29. 2 copies rec'd July 8. 

New York. State. Legislature. 

The highway law of New York state. 
. . . Edited by H. N. Greene. Al- 
bany, N. Y.,M. Bender, 1898. xsxviii, 
447 pp. 8°. cop. 58 

Copyright by M. Bender, Albany, 
N. Y. " 1898, no. 40199, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6. 

The tax law of New York state. 

... By H. N. Greene; with a chapter 
on the powers and duties of assessors, 
by J. N. Fiero. Albany, M. Bender. 
1898. xii, 304 pp. 8 C . cop. 59 

Copyright by M. Bender, Albany. 
1898, no. 40198. July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 6. 

Otis, James, pseud. 

See [Kaler] James Otis. 

Parmele, Mary Piatt. 

The story of Spain briefly told. 
Flint, Mich., Bay Yiew reading circle, 
1898. xiii, 167 pp. 12°. cop. 60 

Copyright by M. P. Parmele. New 
York. * 18 l J8, no. 38081, June 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 9. 

A patriotic primer for the little citizen. 

. . . 1898. 
See [Balch, George T.] 

Pennsylvania. Courts. 

Reports of cases adjudged in the 
courts of common pleas, quarter ses- 
sions, oyer and terminer, and orphans' 
courts of the first judicial district of 
Pennsylvania; with notes 
ences bvJ. W. Ashmead. . . 



C. A. Hawkins. 1898. 



and rel'er- 
York, Pa., 
3 v. 8°. cop. 
61-62 
Copyright by C. A. Hawkins. York. 
Pa. 1898, no. 29131-32, May 10. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd J uly 5. 

Pennsylvania securities; the manual of 
the corporations of Pennsylvania and 
adjacent territory. 6th annual num- 
ber. J. P, Crittenden, editor. Phil- 



10 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Pennsylvania securities — Continued, 
adelphia, The Securities co. [1898.] 
8°. cop. 63 

Copyright bv The Securities co., 
Philadelphia, 1898, no. 39632, June 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 1. 

Reeder, David H. 

Home health club. v. 1. Prepara- 
tory course. . . 1st ed. . . Chicago, The 
Inter-ocean pub. co., 1898. 174 pp. 
illus. 12°. cop. 61 

Copyright bv David H. Reeder, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 36335, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 1. 

Reiuhard, Alvin I. 

A grammar-school algebra. Roch- 
ester, N. Y., and Chicago, Williams & 
Rogers, 1898. vi, 242 pp. 12°, cop. 

65 
Copvright by Williams & Rogers, 
Rochester, N. Y. 1898, no. 20382, 
Mar. 30. 2 copies rec'd July 2. 

Representative men of Massachusetts, 
1890-1900. The leaders in official, busi- 
ness, and professional life of the com- 
monwealth, [anon.] Everett, Mass., 
Mass. pub. co., 1898. 491 pp. port. 4°. 
cop. 66 

Copyright by W. F. Moore, Everett, 
Mass. 1897, no. 42327, July 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Riley, James Whitcoinb. 

[The works of James Whitcomb 
Riley ; v. 8] New York, C. Scribner's 
sons, 1898. 12°. cop. 67 

Contents. 
v. 8. The poems aud prose sketches. Poems 
here at home. 

Copyright by James Whitcomb 
Riley, Indianapolis, Ind. 1898, no. 
39804, July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 5. 

Ripley, Frederic H., aw^Tapper, Thomas. 
A short course in music. Book 1. 
New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Amer. bk. 
co. [1898] 12°. cop. [Natural mu- 
sic series.) 68 
Copyright by F. H. Ripley and T. 
Tapper. 1898, no. 32118, May 24. 2 
copies rec'd July 8. 

Robinson, Rowland E. 

A hero of Ticonderoga. Burling- 
ton, Vt., H.J. Shauley & co., 1898. 1 



p. 1., 187 pp. port. 12 c 



cop. 



Copyright by H. J. Shanley & co., 
Burlington, Vt. 1898, no. 32805, May 
27. 2 copies rec'd July 2. 

Rymer, A. L. 

Normal outlines of general history ; 
tables of great men of centuries ; his- 
torical sayings and pseudonyms ; ques- 



Authors — Continued. 

Rymer, A. L. — Continued, 
tions and answers. Charleston, W. 
Va., The Tribune co., 1898. 128 pp. 
16°. cop. 70 

Copvright by A. L. Rymer, Hurri- 
cane, W. Va. 1898, no. 37070, June 17. 2 
copies rec'd July 17. 

Schaff, Philip, and Wace, Henry, eels. 
A select library of Nicene and post- 
Nicene fathers of the Christian church. 
2d series. Translated into English 
with prolegomena and explanatory 
notes ... v. 13. pt. 2. New York, 
Oxford [etc.] The Christain literature 
co., 1898. 4 C . cop. 71 

Contents. 

a-. 13. pt. 2. Gregorius I, Saint, the Great, 
Pope. Select epistles ; tr. hyJ. Barniby. 

Ephreem Syrus (Saint) Selections . . . from 
the hymns and homilies of Epbraim the Syrian, 
and from the Demonstrations of Aphrahat, the 
Persian sage; ed. by J. Gwynn. 

Copyright by The Christain litera- 
ture co., New York. 1898, no. 28296, 
May 6. 2 copies rec'd July 9. 

Scheppegrell W[illiam] 

Electricity in the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of diseases of the nose, throat, 
and ear; with 161 illustrations. New 
York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 
1898. xiv, 1 1., 403 pp. illus. 8°. cop. 

72 

Copyright bv G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 17547, Mar. 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 7. 

Schroeder, Gustavus W. 

History of the Swedish baptists in 
Sweden and America. Being an ac- 
count of the origin, progress, andresults 
of that missionary work during the last 
half of the nineteenth century. Jubi- 
lee ed. Greater New York, The au- 
thor, 1898. 316 pp. port. 12°, cop. 

73 

Copyright bv G.W. Schroeder, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 10030, Feb. 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 2. 

Shippen, Edward. U. S. Navy. 

Naval battles of the world. Great 
and decisive contests on the sea . . . 
with an account of the Japan-China 
war and the recent battle of the Yalu; 
the growth, power, and management 
of our new navv. Philadelphia and 
Chicago, P. W. Ziegler & co. [1898] 
501,433 pp. illus. 8 C . cop. 74 

Copyright bv J. C. McCurdy, Lower 
Merion, Pa. 1898, no. 28842, Mar. 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 8. 

The sight reader; supplemental reading 
for beginners, prepared by expert pri- 
mary teachers, [anon.] New York, 



11 

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Authors — Continued. 

The sight reader — Continued. 
Philadelphia [etc.] Sheldon & co. 
[1898] 80 pp. illus. 12 c . cop. 75 
Copyright by Sheldon & co.. New 
York. 1898, no. 38993, June 27. 2 cop- | 
ies rec'd July 2. 

The southeastern reporter, v. 29, contain- | 
ing all the decisions of the supreme j 
courts of appeals of Virginia and West 
Virginia, and supreme courts of North 
Carolina. South Carolina, Georgia. 
Permanent ed., March 15-May 31, 1898 [ 
... St. Paul, West pub. co., 1898. 
4 : . cop. (National reporter system. — 
State series.) 76 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, j 
1898. no. 37735, June 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2. 

Taylor, John William. 

Result of research in mental science; j 
or, The modern scientific phrenological j 
and physiological register and self- 
instructor . . . London and New j 
York, L.N. Fowler & co., 1898. 108 pp. 
12°. cop. 77 

Copyright bv J. W. Taylor, Morecam- j 
ble, England. " 1898, no. 15330, May 4. ! 
2 copies rec'd July 1. 

Taylor's Scrauton city directory for . . . 
1898. . . 

Scrauton, Pa., Taylor's directory 
company, 1898. 8 ; . cop. 78 | 

Copyright by J. J. Taylor, Scranton, 
Pa. 1898, no. 39805, July 1. 2 copies j 
rec'd July 1. 
Thompson, Ed Porter. 

Histor3 r of the Orphan brigade, i 
Louisville, Ky., L. N. Thompson, 1898. 
1101pp. pi. "port. 8 G . cop. 79 

Copyright bv L. N. Thompson, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 1898, no. 31361, May 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 2. 

The United States army and navy ; con- 
taining portraits of leading military 
and naval officers and illustrations of 
the United States navy, with full de- 
tail descriptions of the war ships and 
the comparative fighting strength of 
the navies of the United States and 
Spain, [anon.] Chicago and New 
York, Rand, McNally & co. [1898. 8] 
pp. 27 1. obi. 16°. cop. 80 

Copyright by Rand. McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 10118, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5. 
United States Circuit courts of appeals. 

. . . Reports, containing the eases 
determined in all the circuits, from the 
organization of the courts; fully re- 
ported with annotations ... By the 



Authors — Continued. 

United States Circuit courts, etc. — Cont'd, 
members of the editorial staff' of the 
National reporter system, v. 28. St. 
Paul, West pub. co., 1898. 8°. cop. 

81 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1898, no. 37734, June 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9. 
United States. Supreme court. 

United States reports, v. 170, pts. 3-1 ; 
v. 171, pt. 1. Cases adjudged . . . 
J. C. B. Davis, reporter. New York 
and Albany, Banks & bros., 1898. 3 v. 
8°. cop. 82-83-84 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 1898, nos. 40960, 40961, 40959, 
July 8. 2 copies rec'd July 8. 

Utica city directory. 1898. With the 
surb urban villages of New Hartford, 
New York Mills, Yorkville, and White s- 
boro . . . Utica, N. Y., The Utica 
directory pub. co., 1898. 8°. cop. 85 
Copyright by The Utica directory 
publishing company, Utica, N. Y. 1898, 
no. 40049, July 2. 2 copies rec'd JuLy 5. 

Williams' Binghamton city directory 
for 1898; containing ... a general 
directory of the citizens of Bingham- 
ton, Lestershire, and Port Dickin- 
son . . . Compiled by J. E. Williams. 
Binghamton, N. Y., Binghamton pub. 
co., "1898. 8°. cop. 86 

Copyright by J. E. Williams. Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. 1898, no. 41314, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9. 

Williams' Wilkes-Barre city directory, 
1898 . . . Wilkes-Barre, Pa,, E. M. 
Williams, 1898. 8°. cop. 87 

Copyright by E. M.Williams, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 1898, no. 39406, June 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 9. 

Wright, Julia Mac Nair. 

Toward the glory gate; a story oi 
soul growth. Philadelphia. The 
Union press [1898] 348 pp. 12°. 
cop. (Green fund book, no. 12 b. 

Copyright by The American Sunday- 
school union/ 1898, no. 6971. Jan. 21. 
2 copies rec'd July 6. 

Young. Lneien. 

The Boston at Hawaii: or, The ob- 
servations and impressions of a naval 
officer during a stay oii fourteen 
months in those islands on a nian-ot'- 
war. Washington. D. C, Gibson lues.. 
1898. si, 311 pp. pi. port. maps. 
12 . cop. 

Copyright by I.. Young, Washington, 
D. C. * 1898. no. 33065, May 28. - copies 
rec'd July 2. 



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(Classified under the term "Books,'' according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Amplified, condensed, and simplified 

table of stamp taxes, Schedule A. 1 

Copyright by Brower bios., New 

York/ 1898. no.*39826, July 1. 2 copies 

rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Arithmetic, pt. 2. 10 B. Question paper. 
5th ed. ' 2 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898, no. 37897, June 21. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

sec. 8. Question paper. 1st ed. 3 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton. Pa. " 1898, no. 40452, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Baniford (M. E.) Out of the triangle. 

A story of the far east. 4 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. 

co., Chicago. 1897, no. 69236, Dec % 13. 

2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Barr (Robert). Jennie Baxter, journalist, 
no. 7. The modern wizard in his magic 
attic. 5 

Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes 
co., New York. " 1898, no. 40927, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8. 

Baxter, Jasper county, Iowa, advisory 

rates, v. 34. 6 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 

Eapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 40507, July 5. 

2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Bible (The) hand-book: or, "Multum in 
parvo" of bible knowledge. 7 

Copyright by W. A. Avres, Furley, 
Kans. 1897. no. 71129, Dec. 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Birdie dear 8 

Copyright bv John Lankota, Chatta- 
nooga* Tenn. 1898, no. 40445, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Cameron (A.J. O'G.) Songs against all 
coquettes. 9 

Copyright bv A. Joel O'Gradv Cam- 
eron. 'New York. 1898, no. 32292, May 
25. 1 copy rec'd June 7,1898; 1 copy 
rec'd July 1.1898. 

Catalogue of the Crowell apparatus co., 
sole manufacturers of the Crowell 
physical apparatus. 10 

Copyright by Crowell apparatus co., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 1898, no. 39010, June 
27. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Chautauqua instruction book 11 

Copyright by Powers, Fowler & 
Lewis* Chicago." 1898, no. 40506, July 5. 
2 coxnes rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Christian (The) child 12 

Copyright bv Mount St. Mary's acad- 
emy, Manchester, N. H. 1898, no. 40439, 
July 5. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Coffee; internal-revenue tax on future 

contracts. 13 

Copyright by C. B. Stroud, New 

York. * 1898, no.*40212, July 2. 2 copies 

rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Concise (The) calendar, 1888 to 1911.. 14 
Copyright by Knickerbocker press, 
New York. 1898, no. 40037, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Cooperstown and Otsego lake 15 

Copyright bv Clarence W. Davidson, 

Cooperstown, N. Y. 1898, no. 38477. 
June 24. 1 copy rec'd June 24, 1898 ; 1 
copy rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Cyanide and chlorination processes .. 16 
Copyright by Gates iron works, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898. no. 39828. July 1. 2 copies 
rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Defects of eyesight 17 

Copyright by O. Granicher, Los An- 
geles, Cal. 1898, no. 4296*, Jan. 10. 1 
copy rec'd Mar. 26, 1898. 2 copies rec'd 

July 5, 1898. 

Direct-current series arc lighting genera- 
tors. Catalogue no. 149 C. June, 1898. 

18 

Copyright by Westinghouse electric 

& mfg. co., Pittsburg, Pa. 1898, no. 

40793, July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 



Dollars and sense 19 

Copyright by G.Webber, Jersey City, 
N. J. *1898, no*. 40050, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Doors; their evolution 20 

Copyright bvTheophilus VanKannel, 
New York. 1898, no. 38101, June 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Edmonds (Richard H.) Facts about the 
South. Rev. ed. 1898. 21 

Copyright bv R. H. Edmonds, Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 39829, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Electricity. Lesson no. 8. Electric call 
bells, annunciators, etc., and how to in- 
stall them. 22 
Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 41275, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Elnia, Howard county, Iowa. Advisory 
rates, v. 132. 23 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar Rap- 
ids, IoVa. 1898, no. 40509, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Elliott (A. C.) The bookkeeper's detect- 
ive. A system of " checks" for arrest- 
ing and detecting errors in bookkeep- 
ing, etc. 24 
Copyright bv A. C. Elliott, Weather- 
ford, Texas. 1898, no. 21738, Apr. 4. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Evangeline. [In Premium ed. nos. 45 

and 46.] 25 

Copyright by A. Nielen, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 1898, no. 13081, Feb. 23. 2 copies 

rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Floyd (A. E.) Remember the " Maine." 

26 
Copyright by A. E. Floyd, Berkley, 
Ya. 1898, no. 36350, June 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Frame-fitting chart 27 

Corjyright by G. I. Kvte, Los Angeles, 
Cal. 1898, no. 4295*, Jan. 10. 1 copy 
rec'd Mar. 26, 1898. 2 copies rec'd July 

5, 1898. 

French (The) and English scientific tailor 

system. 28 

Copyright by Oliver Hurman de La- 

morton, New York. 1898, no. 40705, 

July 6. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Game of Samnson at Santiago. Rules. 

29 
Copyright by W. A. Miles, Tuckalive, 
N. Y. 1898, no. 40210, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Godsent (A) blessing to humanity.. . 30 
Copyright by James Campbell, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 1898, no. 22876, Apr. 
11. 2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Hoffman (The) birthday cards, no. 2. 

31 
Copyright by Henry D. Noyes »fc co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 41045, July 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 3 32 

Copyright by Henry D. Noyes & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 41047, Jnly'8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 8, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

Hoffman (The) birthday cards, no. 4. 

33 
Copyright by Henry D. Noyes & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 41046, July 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Holtschneider (E.) How to make book- 
keeping easy. An entirely new sys- 
tem. (Guide and instruction to 
merchants and others.) 34 

Copyright by Edward Holtschnei- 
der, Jefferson City, Mo. 1898, no. 30665, 
May 17. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Inorganic chemistry, pt. 2. Question 
paper. 1st ed. 35 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898, no. 40453, J uly 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Kempfer (C. A.) The agony of love. 36 
Copyright by Charles A. Kempfer, 
Edward, Minn/ 1898, no. 40208, July 2. 
2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Lambing (A. A.) The manor of Kittan- 
ning, past and present; and A critical 
inquiry into the alleged burying of a 
leaden plate at the forks of the Ohio 
by Louis Celoron, Aug. 3, 1749. 37 

Copyright by A. A.. Lambing, Wil- 
kinsburg, Pa. 1898, no. 24630, Apr. 19. 
2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Lesson (A) in branching artificial flow- 
ers . 38 
Copyright by Fairfield floral co., 
Fairfield, Me. 1898, no. 40053, July 2. 
2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Los meritos y puntos de excelencia del 
alitnentodeMellin. (Mellin'sfood.) 39 

Copyright by Doliber-Goodale co.. 
Boston. 1897, no. 46531, Aug. 1!'. 2 
copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Lutes (J. M.) Christianity condensed. 40 
Copyright by Jacob M. Lutes. Cor- 
dele, Ga. 1898, no. 31132, May 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Midsummer catalogue, 1898 41 

Copyright bv P. Henderson & co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 10051. July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

New (The) improved Apollo harp 42 

Copyright by Flaggmfg. co., Boston. 
1898. no. 40977, July 8. 2 copies rec'd 

.Inly S. 189S 

Old Testament heroes. Primary monthly. 

v. s no. 8. Lessons 32-85, 43 

Copyright by Bible study pub. CO., 

Boston. 1898. no. 10513, J aly 5. 2 copies 

rec'd July 8. L898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Oinaha (A guide to) and the big show. 
(The Trans-Mississippi and interna- 
tional exposition. June to Nov., 1898. 

44 
Copyright by E. P. Walker, Omaha, 
Nebr/ 1898, no. 36561, June 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Osbaldeston (Mrs. A. S.) Quick, prompt, 
and easily learned method of studying 
human anatomy. 45 

Copyright by Mrs. Anna Schwald 
Osbaldeston, Detroit, Mich. 1898, no. 
33087, May 28. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 
1898. 

Ossian, Winneshiek co., Iowa. Advisory 

rates, v. 319. 46 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 40508, July 5. 

2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Pedagogics of history. Question paper. 
1st ed. 47 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898, no. 40451, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Porter (E. H.) and Wilson (Joe P.) The 
battle of Manila and triumphal march 
Dewey. 48 

Copyright by E. H. Porter and J. P. 
Wilson, Springfield, Mo. 1898, no. 
40528, July 5. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Reeve (Budd), himself. How every man 

may be his own bloated bondholder. 49 

Copyright by Louise Tanner Reeve, 

Buxton, N. Dak. 1898, no. 40978, July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Roentgen (The) rays. Their production 

and use. 50 

Copvright by Charles F. Warner, 

Cambridge, Mass. 1897, no. 58340, Oct. 

14. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Rorer (Mrs. S. T.) Coffee and cakes. 51 
Copyright by J. Heekin & co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 40056, July 2. 
2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Rose (T. D.) Phonographic short-hand 
up to date. 52 

Copyright by Timothy D. Rose, Na- 
tional military home, Ohio. 1898, no. 
39686, June 30. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 
1898. 

Schiller. The Swiss patriots. A scene 
from Wilhelm Tell. Trans, from the 
German by Joseph Schafer. 53 

Copyright by J. Schafer, Valley City, 
N. Dak. 1898, no. 36354, June' 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Seven essays on the attainment of happi- 
ness. 54 
Copyright by Mrs. Kate A. Boehme, 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 35642, 
June 10. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to vols. 65, 
66, 67, Minnesota decisions. 55 

Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 40831, July 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Shewey's complete, official, handy-refer- 
ence pocket atlas and cyclopedia; con- 
taining authentic historical informa- 
tion, etc. Spanish-American conflict 
made plain. 56 

Copvright by A. C. Shewey, Chicago. 
1898, no. 39024, June 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 

Square tailor system of garment cutting. 

57 
Copvright by Mary F. Garretson, 
Taylor, Tex. 1898, no. 21807, Apr. 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Stamp taxes of foreign bills of exchange, 
time drafts, and promissory notes. 
Computed at the standard of value 
fixed by the United States. 58 

Copyright by Philip J. Kraft, New 
York. 1898, no. 41276, July 9. 2 copies 
rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Terms and conditions of certificates of 
investment and financial schedule, 
June, 1898. 59 

Copyright by John L. Lavne, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 31510, May 20. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Vaughan's ex- slave pension record. Souv- 
enir. 60 
Copyright by W. R. Vaughan, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 1898, no. 40450, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Western union and Postal telegraph 
rates from Colorado. 61 

Copyright by Clyde A. Jones, Den- 
ver, Colo. 1898, no. 40692, July 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Words of praise for the Chautauqua 
combination-drawing-board-and writ- 
ing desk. 62 
Copyright by Powers, Fowler & 
Lewis^ Chicago. 1898, no. 40505, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

32 to 1 that yon will not leave your fam- 
ily in comfortable circumstances when 
you die. 63 

Copvright by William Edgar Schil- 
ling, Kansas City. 1898, no. 40792, July 
7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Stamp tax 64 

Copyright by J. D. Barnitz, Phila- 
delphia, 1898; no. 40830, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 



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(Classified under tlie term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Agricultural science 1 

Copyright by Grit pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 1898, no. 39875, July 1. 
2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Amateur oarsmen to meet in Philadel- 
phia. 2 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 40215, July 2. 2 
copies rec'cl July 2, 1898. 

Armistice (The) continues 3 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 41059, July 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Army disgusted with Cubans 4 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. • 1*98, no. 41057, July 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Assault (The) on El Caney 5 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. . 1898, no. 41054, July 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Assault resumed at sunrise 6 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40548, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Bab gossips of summer resorts 7 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 40218, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Big battle around Santiago 8 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. * 1898, no. 40533, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Biography. The world's famous scien- 
tists. No. 156. July 1. 9 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 38749, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Boothby (G.) The beautiful white devil. 
chap. 16. [Sunny south, July 9, 1898.] 

10 
Copyright by P. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 10196, Feb. 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Bubbling of Anglo-Saxon blood. (De- 
livered at Trinity Church, Chicago, 
May 1,1898.) 11 

Copyright by Frank Crane, Chicago. 
1898, no. 28271, May 4. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 

Caney almost deserted 12 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40543, July 5. 2 copies 

rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Ti t les — Continued . 

Care of the wounded 13 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41064, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Chambers (R. \Y.) Ashes of empire. 

chap. 20 (continued), and 21. 14 

Copyright by Robert W. Chambers, 

New York. 1898, no. 24169, Apr. 16. 2 

copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 
chaps. 21 (continued), and 22 15 

Copyright by Robert W. Chambers, 
New York. 1898, no. 24169, Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Chesney(W.)andMunro(A.) JohnTopp, 

pirate, chaps. 1 and 2. 16 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co.. New 

York." 1898, no. 40928, July 8. 2 copies 

rec'd July 8, 1898. 

* Civics, parliamentary practice. May 17, 
1898. [Chicago record's home study 
circle.] 17 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 12694, Feb. 21. 1 copy 
rec'd May 20 and 1 copy rec'd June 27, 
1898. 

Closing in on Santiago 18 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40545, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Commended for bravery 19 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41063, July 3. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Common sense. As applied to the man- 
agement and care of horses. [Ameri- 
can stock farm, June 2-30.] 20 
Copyright bv A. H. Waddell, Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 1898, no. 30620,* May 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 189S. 

Consul Hyatt's views 21 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. ' 1898, no. 40549. J uly 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Cremation and funeral reforms. Deliv- 
ered by F. Crane, May 8. 189S. [Pul- 
pit editorials.] 22 
Copyright bv F. Crane, Chicago 

1898, no. 40224. July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 189S. 

Crisis (A.) at Santiago 23 

Copyright by Associated press, Ne\* 
York. * 1898. wo. 40540, .' uly 5. 2 i 
rec'd July 2. L898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Crockett (S. R.) The Black Douglas. 24 
Copyright by S. R. Crockett, London, 
England. 1898, no. 40929, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Cruiser u Reina Mercedes" sunk 25 

Copyright by Associated press, New- 
York. 1898, no. 41055, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Cuban (A) murderer's story 26 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40407, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Dead (The) and wounded 27 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 40558, July5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Desperate (A) night attack 28 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40837, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Disabling (The) of the "Terror" .... 29 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40408, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Do thyself no harm 30 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 41333, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Duffield's failure 31 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40550, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Elixir (The) of life. Delivered by F. 
Crane, July 10, 1898. [Pulpit edito- 
rials.] 32 
Copyright by F. Crane, Chicago. 
1898, no. 40227, July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 

Encyclopedia of ceramics, no. 26 33 

Copyright by Geo. Whittemore, New 
York. 1898. no. 36423, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

no.27 34 

Copyright by Geo. Whittemore, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 36424, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Exodus from the doomed city 35 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York." 1898. no. 41056, July 8. 2 con- 
ies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Extending cable connections 36 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40544, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



IVles — Continued. 

Facing first fire 37 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 40219, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Fashions of New York 38 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 41332, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Flank attacks threatened 39 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 40538, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Fleeing from Santiago 40 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41058, July 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Food for Spanish troops 41 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40031, July 1. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Foot loose in war 42 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 40221, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Fourth (The). Firecrackers and folks. 
Delivered by F. Crane, July 3, 1898. 
[Pulpit editorials.] 43 

Copyright by F. Crane, Chicago. 
1898, no. 40226, July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 

Garcia may head off Pando 44 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40541, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Gem (The) condensed calendar 45 

Copyright by Alex. McKillips and 
Jo. W. Miller, Hatrisburg, Pa. 1898, no. 
40527, July 5. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 

1898. 

Gen. Wheeler's report 46 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40542, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Graydon (W. M.) The mystery of the 
wrecked circus train. 47 

Copyright by William Murray Gray- 
don, London, England. 1898, no. 40530, 
July 5. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Headquarters of Gen. Kent's division, 

July 5. 48 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 

York. * 1898, no. 41052, July 8. 2 copies 

rec'd July 8, 1898. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

How the Pole is to be won 49 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 1898. no. 40531, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Howell's comment on the whist con- 
gress. 50 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York city'. 1898. no. 40216, July 2. 
2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Jefferson (C. E.) Quiet talks with ear- 
nest people in my study, chap. 11. 51 
Copyright by Chas. E. Jefferson, 
Chelsea, Mass. 1898, no. 415, Jan. 3. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Jefferson county history. Wed., June 15, 
1870. 52 

Copyright by O. F. Roessler, Jeffer- 
son, \Vis. 1895, no. 4418, Jan. 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Kapff-Essenther. Uebermenschen! pp. 

37-41. 53 

Copyright bv New Yorker staats- 

zeitung, New York. 1898, no. 33785, 

June 1. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

King (C.) A garrison tangle, chap. 14 
(continued), 15, 16, and 17. [Jefferson 
banner, July 7, 1898.] 54 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1898, no. 7238, Jan. 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Landing (The) at Daiquiri 55 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40551, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Lectures on health and hygiene, no. 155. 
June 30, 1898. [Chicago record's home- 
study circle.] 56 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 38748, June 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Madrid exulted in victory 57 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40838, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Manzanillo bombarded 58 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40535, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Martinique is no Spanish coal base. .. 59 
Copyright by Associated press, New I 
York. 1898, no. 40027, July 1. 2 copies 
rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Mas (E.) Linseed oil. chap. 17 60 

Copyright by Ernest Mas, New York. 
1898, no. 18011, Mar. 17. 2 copies rec'd 
July 6, 1898. 

3881— Vol. 16, No. 1 2 



Titles — Continued. 

Men in trenches get deserved rest during 

armistice. 61 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 1898, no. 40836, July 7. 2 copies 

rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Message (The) of spring. Delivered by 
F. Crane, May 15, 1898. [Pulpit edi- 
torials.] 62 
Copyright by F. Crane, Chicago. 
1898, no. 40225, July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 

Montfort (T. P.) Jasper Briggs' wooing. 

63 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 41338, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Morro castle bombarded 64 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40546, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Mosquito fleet in battle 65 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 40708, July 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Murderous guerrillas captured 66 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41061, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

No flying squadron now 67 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40029, July 1. 2 copies 
rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Off Juragua, July 3, 10 p. m 68 

Coyyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40706, July 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer. no. 234. 69 

Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland, Ohio. 1898, no. 40529, 

July 5. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

On the eve of the battle 70 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. * 1898, no. 40534, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Operations of Saturday 71 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 1898. no. 40707, .1 ulv 6. 2 copies 
rec'd .July 6, 1898. 

Our general says he can win the battle 

in forty-eight hours. 72 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. l 1898. no. -10025. July 1. 2 copies 
rec'd July 1. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Our losses 73 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40839, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Our Paris fashion letter 74 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 41329, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Pearl of Polynesia 75 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898. no. 41331, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Pilgrim (C.) The Fourth of July riding 

at Galena. 76 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 

York. ' 1898, no. 38869, June 25. 2 copies 

rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Preparations for attack 77 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40539, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Preparing for bombardment 78 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York.' 1898, no. 41062, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 
Proud of her flag 79 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 41335, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 
Religious (The) temperament. Delivered 
by F. Crane, July 17, 1898. [Pulpit edi- 
torials.] 80 

Copyright by F. Crane, Chicago. 
1898, no. 40228. July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 
Removal of foreign residents 81 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40835, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 
Report that Germany, France, and Rus- 
sia have an agreement. 82 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40557, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 
Results of Friday's fight 83 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 1898, no. 40555, July 5. 2 copies 

rec'd July 5, 1898. 

*Rita. A daughter of the people. A 

novel, chaps. 1 and 2. 84 

Copyright by Rita, London. 1898, 
no. 35827, June 11. 2 copies rec'd June 
29, 1898. 
chaps. 3, 4, and 5 85 

Copyright by Rita, London. 1898, 
no. 35827, June 11. 2 copies rec'd July 
7, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sampson bombards forts 86 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40554, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Santiago mail obstructed 87 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40834, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Santiago's water supply cut 88 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no\ 40028, July 1. 2 copies 
rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Second day of the battle 89 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40710, July 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Sergeant (A.) The love story of Marga- 
ret Wynne, chap. 9 (continued), 10, 11, 
and 12. [Chicago record, June 30 and 
July 1, 1898.] 90 

Copyright by Adeline Sergeant, 
England. 1898, no. 38276, June 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Shafter gives battle again 91 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40556, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Shafter moves his headquarters ...... 92 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40532, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Shafter's notes to Linares 93 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40840, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

She sighs for Cuba 94 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 41336, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Shelling pits at Aguadores 95 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. 1898, no. 40553, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Situation (The) at the front 96 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. * 1898, no. 40026, July 1. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Spaniards made desperate sortie 97 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40843, July 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Spanish (A) dash for liberty 98 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 41060, July 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 8, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Spanish news in Kingston 99 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40030, July 1. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Spanish (A) trick near Aguadores .. 100 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40537, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Star (The) of empire 101 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 41334, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Story of a heroine 102 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 41337, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Story of the battle 103 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40547, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Story of the chase 104 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1888, no. 40711, July 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Strong (H. M.) On the side of justice. 

105 
Copyright by H. M. Strong, U. S. 
1898, no. 40223, July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 

Surrender of the Cristobal Colon . . . 106 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40841, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Ten officers known to be killed, so far. 

107 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40842, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Transports (The) at Manila 108 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40709, July 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Trick to catch Spanish schooners . . . 109 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York." 1898, no. 40409, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

Troops tear Spaniard to bits 110 

Copyright by Associated press, New- 
York. 1898, no. 41053, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Truth and trouble Ill 

Copyright by Grit pub. co., Williams- 
port, Pa. 1898, no. 41050, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Yashti the veiled 112 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 40222, July 2. 2 
copies rec d July 2, 1898. 

Victory (The) at Caney 113 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 40552, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Walbridge (H. C.) Brooklyn in the 

Rebellion, chap. 15. 114 

Copyright by Henry C. Walbridge, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 20064, Mar. 

28. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

War news hunters 115 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 40220, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

War's effect on seaside retreats 116 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 40217, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Watson's squadron to sail in a few days. 

117 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. 1898, no*. 40559, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Why Cervera left Santiago 118 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. 1898, no. 40844, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

With the United States army, five miles 

cast of Santiago de Cuba, June 30. 119 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. * 1898, no. 40536, J uly 5. 2 copies 

rec'd July 2,1898. 



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II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of . proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Aspasia. Tragedy in 5 acts. By Ine 
Chenier. 1 

Copyright by Annie Elizabeth 
Cheney. Los Angeles. Gal. 1898. no. 
4230. Jan. 10. 2 copies rec'd Julv 5. 
1898. 

Finish (The) of Mr. Fresh. An original 
farce comedv in 3 acts. By Scott 
Marble. 2 

Copvria'ht bv Davis & Keogh. New 
York/ 1898, no. 10694. July 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Comedv in lacts. Bvlne 

3 

Copyright by Annie Elizabeth 



Genius (The) 
Chenier. 



Titles — Continued. 

Genius (The)— Continued. 

Cheney. Los Angeles. Cal. 1898. no. 
4231. Jan. 10. 2 copies rec'd July 5. 
1898, 

Husband (The). A society play in! acts. 

By Espy Williams. 4 

Copyright by Espy W. H. Williams, 

Xew Orleans. La. 1898. no. 39641. June 

30. 2 copies rec'd July 7. 1898. 



Lahmi. Tragedy in 
Chenier. 



4 acts. By Ine 



Copyright by Annie 
Chenev, Los Angeles. Cal. 



Elizabeth 
1898. no. 



Jan. 10. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 



III. PERIODICAL: 



(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC pathfinder and dial. July 4. 1898. 
(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 1 

Copyright by Xew England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 

Advance reports. Legal intellioeucer. 

Julv 1.1898. (Rec'd Julv 1.1898.^ 2 

JulyS, 1898. (Rec'd JulyS. 1898.) 3 

Copyright by Frank Reeder. sec'y of 

the state of Pennsylvania. 

Advertising experience. Julv, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 4 

Copyright by Irving G. McColl, Chi- 
cago. 

American agriculturist. July 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 8,1898.) 5 

Copyright by Orange Jndd co., Xew 
York. 

American architect and buildino- news. 
July 2. 1898. (Rec'd July 5. 1898.) 6 
Copyright by American architect and 
building "news co.. Boston. 

American digest. June. 1898. (Rec'd 
JulyS, 1898.) 7 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

American exchange and review. Julv, 
1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) ^8 

Copyright by Review pnb. and ptg. 
co., Philadelphia. 



American field. Julv 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
Julv 1. 1898. ) 9 

julv 9. 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

10 
Copyright by American field pub. co., 
Xew York. 

American florist. Julv 2. 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5.1898.) 11 

Copyright by American florist co., 
Chicago. 

American historical review. July, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 12 

Copvright bv Macmillan co., New 
York. 

American home magazine. Julv, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 13 

Copvright bv R. D. Boniface, Xew 
York. 

I American institute elec. engineers (trans- 
actions). Mav. 1898. (Rec'd Julv 6. 
1898.) * 14 

Copyright by American institute 
elec. engineers, Xew York. 

American investments and financial 
opinions. Julv. 1898. (Rec'd Julv 5. 

1898.) ' 15 

Copyright bv Niagara pub. co., Buf- 
falo, X. Y. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

American jeweler. June, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2, 1898.) 16 

Copyright by Geo. K. Haziitt & co., 
Chicago. 

American kitchen magazine. July, 1898. 
(Kec'd July 5, 1898.) 17 

Copyright by Home science pub. co., 
Boston. 

American negligence reports. June, 1898. 
(Kec'd July 6, 1898.) 18 

Copyright by Kemick & Schilling, 
New York. 

1898. 
19 



Titles — Continued. 



June 25, 



July 



July 2, 1898. 
22 



American stock farm 
(Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

Copyright by Kentucky stock farm 
pub. co., Lexington, Ky. 

Annals of surgery. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898.) 20 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 

Anthony's photographic bulletin. July, 

1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 21 

Copyright by E. & H. T. Anthony & 

co., New York. 

Architecture and building 
(Kec'd July 5, 1898.) 

Copyright by \Y. T. Comstock, New 
York. 

Art interchange. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 1,1898.) 23 

Copyright by Art interchange co., 
New York. 

Astropkysical journal. June, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 24 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 

Atlantic reporter. June 29, 1898. ( Rec'd 
July 8, 1898.) 25 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Aye Maria. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 
1898. 26 

Copyright by D. E. Hudson, Notre 
Dame, Ind. 

Babyhood. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 
1898.) 27 

Copyright by Babyhood pub. co., 
New York. 

Babyland. June, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 
1898.) " 28 

Copyright by Charles E. Graff, New 
York. * 

Banking law journal. June, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 6,1898.) 29 

Copyright by T. B. Pattern, New York. 



1898. (Rec'd 
30 



Banner of gold 
July 5,1898.) 

Copyright by Banner of gold pub. 
co., Chicago. 

Baptist union. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2, 1898. ) 31 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

32 
Copyright by Baptist young people's 
union, Chicago. 

Bee. July 9, 1^98. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

33 
Copyright by Bee pub. co., New York. 

Boiler maker. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5,1898.) 34 

Copyright by Joseph T. Ryerson & 
son, Chicago. 

Book buyer. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 
1898.) 35 

Copyright by Chas. Scribuer's sons, 
New York. 

Boston daily globe. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

".6 



July 1,1898.) 

July 1,1898. 

July 2, 1898. 

July 3, 1898. 

July!, 1898. 

July 5, 1898. 

July 6, 1898. 

July 7, 1898. 

July 8. 1898 



(Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 37 
(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 38 
(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 39 
(Rec'd JulyS, 1898.) 40 
(Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 41 
(Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 42 
(Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 43 
(Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 44 
Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Boston Sunday post. July 3, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 18980 45 

Copyright by Post pub. co., Boston. 

Bradst reefs. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 
2,1898.) 46 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 47 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. 

Brooklyn life. July 2. 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2,1898.) 48 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 49 

Copyright by Brooklyn life pub. CO., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Brush and pencil. July, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 6, 1898. ) 50 

Copyright by Phillips & co.. Chicago. 

Carpentry and building. July. L898. 
(Rec'd July 2. 1898.) 53 

Copyright by David Williams co.. 
New York. 

Carpet and upholstery trade review. J ul\ 
l. 1898. ( Rec'd J uiy 2. 1S9S. ) 52 

Cop v right by Review pub. co.. Now 
York. ' 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Carriage monthly. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 7,1898.) 53 

Copyright by Ware bros., Philadel- 
phia. 

Cassier's magazine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 54 

Copyright by Gassier magazine co., 
New York. 

Catholic news. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2,1898.) 55 

July 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 

56 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 

Central law journal. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 57 

Copyright by Central law journal co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Charities review. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2, 1898.) 58 

Copyright by Charities review, New 
York. 

Chautauquan. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5,1898.) 59 

Copyright by Theodore L. Flood, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Choir herald. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
6, 1898.) 60 

Copyright by Lorenz & co., Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Choir leader. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
6,1898.) 61 

Copyright by Lorenz & co.. Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Christian endeavor world. July 7. 1898. 

(Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 62 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Boston. 

Christian herald. July 6, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 6,1898.) 63 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 

Church. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 
1898.) 64 

Copyright by Church publication co., 
Boston. 

Church union. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
9,1898.) 6o 

Copyright by Church union co.. New 
York. 

Citator. June, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 
1898.) ' 66 

Copyright by Richmond & Backus 
co., Detroit, Mich. 



Titles — Continued. 

Clients' law journal. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2,1898.) 67 

Copyright by E. Hitchens, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Clothier and furnisher. July, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 68 

Copyright by Geo. N. Lowrey co., 
New York. 

Club fellow. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 

1,1898.) 69 

Copyright by Club fellow pub. co., 

Chicago. 

Club woman. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5,1898.) 70 

Copyright by Club woman, Boston. 

Collier's weekly. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 1,1898.) 71 

Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 

Comfort. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 
1898.) 72 

Copyright by Gannett & Morse con- 
cern, Augusta, Me. 

Commentator. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5,1898.) 73 

Copyright by Chas.V. Farher, Daven- 
port, Iowa. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. July 
2,1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 74 

Quotation supplement. July 2, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 2. 1898.) 75 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 

New York. 



Concert goer. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5, 1898.") 76 

Copyright by Wilcox, Ilaigh & Ellery 
co., New York. 

Conkey's home journal. July, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 77 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 

Cuba v America. July 11, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 6.1898.) 78 

Copyright by Manuel Montero, New 

York. * 

Cycle age. July 7. 1898. (Rec'd July 
9,1898.) 79 

Copyright by Cycle age and trade 
review, Chicago. 

Cycle patents monthly. May, 1898. 
'(Rec'd July 1,1898.) 80 

Copyright by James T. Allen, Wash- 
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Cycling gazette. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2,1898.) 81 

Copyright by E. Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Daily racing form. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 1,1898.) 82 

July 1,1898. (Rec'd July 2,1898.) 

83 
July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

84 
July 3-4, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898. ) 

85 
July 5,1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 

86 
July 6,1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 

87 
July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

88 
Copyright by Frank H. Brunell, Chi- 
cago. 

Diamond Dick, jr. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 1,1898.) 89 

July 9,1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

90 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 

York. 

Dietetic and hygienic gazette. July, 

1898. (Rec'd July 1, 1898.) 91 

Copyright by Gazette pub. co., New 
York. 

Dry goods economist. July 2, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jul 6,1898.) 92 

Copyright by Textile pub. co., New 
York. 

Donah oe's magazine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 2, 1898.) 93 

Copyright by Donahoe's magazine 

co., Boston. 

Echo. June, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

94 
Copyright by Echo music co., Lafay- 
ette, Ind. 

Electrical engineer. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 1.1898.) 95 

July 7,1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

96 
Copyright by Electrical engineer, 
New York. 

Electrical review. July 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898.) 97 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 
co., New York. 

Electrical world. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2,1898.) 98 

, Copyright by W. J. Johnston co., New 
York. 

Engineering magazine. July, 1S9S. 
(Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 99 

Copyright by Engineering magazine, 
New York. 



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Engineering record. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2,1898.) 100 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
New York. 

Etude. July, 1898. (Rec'dJuly5, 1898.) 

101 
Copyright by Theo. Presser, Phila- 
delphia. 

Evening post. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 1, 1898. 102 

July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 

103 
July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

104 
July 4, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 

105 
July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 

106 
July 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 

107 
July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

108 
July 8, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

109 
Copyright by Evening post, New 
York. " 

Evening telegram. June 29, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 1, 1898. 110 

June 30, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Ill 
July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

112 
July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

113 
July 3, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

114 
July 4, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898. ) 

115 
July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 7. 1898.) 

116 
July 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

117 
July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

118 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 

Every month. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5, 1898.) 119 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 

Everywhere. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 1, 
1898.) 120 

Copyright by Will Carleton, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Examiner. July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 
1898.) 121 

Copyright by Examiner co., New 
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Titles — Continued. 



Exodus. Julv,1898. (Rec'd July 1. 1898.) 

122 
Copyright by W. N. Gestfield, New 
York. 

Fame. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

123 
Copyright by Artemus Ward, New 
York. 

Family story paper. July 16, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 124 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, 
New York. 

Farm implement news. June 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 2,1898.) 125 

July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 9,1898.) 

126 
Copyright by Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. 

Farm machinery. June 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 1,1898.) 127 

July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 8,1898.) 

128 
Copyright by Midland pub. co., St. 
Louis. Mo. 

Farm poultry. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 129 

Copyright by I. S. Johnson & co., 
Boston. 

Farmer. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 

1898.) 130 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., 
Chicago. 

Fashions. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 
1898.) 131 

Copyright by Herbert Booth King &, 
bro. pub. co., New York. 

Federal reporter. June 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2, 1898.) 132 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 



Fireside companion. July 23, 

(Rec'd July 1,1898.) 133 

July 30, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

131 
Copyright by Geo. Munro's sons, 
New York. 

Florists' reyiew. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Julv 2.1898.) 135 

July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

136 
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cago. 

Forest and stream. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 7,1898.) 137 

Copyright by Forest and stream pub. 
co., New York. 



Forum. July. 1898. (Rec'd July 1, 1898.) 

138 
Copyright by Forum pub. co., New 
York. 

Free man. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 

1898.) 139 

Copyright by Chas. W. Close, Ban- 
gor, Me. 

Gardening. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 
1898.) 110 

Copyright by Gardening co., Chi- 
cago. 

Gentlewoman. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
7,1898.) 141 

Copyright by Gentlewoman pub. co., 
New York. 

Godey's magazine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 2, 1898.) 142 

Copyright by Godey co., New York. 

Good literature. July, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 8, 1898.) 143 

Copyright by F. M. Lupton, New 
York. 

Great round world. July 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8,1898.) 144 

Copyright by William Beverley Har- 
rison, New York. 

Green bag. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 
1898.) 145 

Copyright by Boston book co., Bos- 
ton. 

Gunton's magazine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 

July5, 1898.) 146 

Copyright by Gunton co., New York. 

Half holiday. Julv 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 
1, 1898.) 147 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

148 
Copyright by Howard, Ainslee & co., 
New York. 

Happy days. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 
6, 1898.) 149 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Harness gazette. July, 1898. (Rec'd 

JulyS, 1898.) 150 

Copyright by T. J. Moury, Syracuse, 

N. Y. 

Harper's bazar. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 1, 1898.) 151 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

152 
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Titles — Continued. 



Harper's round table. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2, 1898.) 153 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. * 

Harper's weekly. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd j 
July 7, 1898.) 154 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 

Home and farm. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd ! 
July 1,1898.) 155 ! 

Copyright by Home and farm pub. 
co., Louisyille, Ky. 

Home study for electrical workers. July, 
1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 156 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 

Home study for machinists, July, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 157 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 
Horseman. July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 
1898. 158 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 
newspaper co., Chicago. 

Ice and refrigeration. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 159 

Copyright by H. S. Rich & co., Chi- 
cago. 
Illustrated Buffalo express. July 3, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 160 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 
co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Illustrated police news. July 2, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 1, 1898.) 161 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

162 
Copyright by Alden pub. co., Boston. 

Inland printer. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5, 1898.) 163 

Copyright by Inland printer co., Chi- 
cago. 

Insurance critic. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 1, 1898.) 164 

Copyright by George W. Corliss, New 
York. 

Item. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898. ) 

165 
Copyright by Geo. A.Warren, Boston. 

Jewelers' circular. July 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 7, 1898.) 166 

Copyright by Jewelers' circular pub. 
co., New York. 

Jewelers' weekly. July 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
Ju]y 8,1898.) 167 

Copyright by Trades weekly co., New 
York 



Jewish comment. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2,1898.) 168 

July 8, 1898. (Rec*d July 9, 1898.) 

169 
Copyright by -'The Publishers," Bal- 
timore, Md. 

Journal of American folklore. Apr.- 
June, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 170 
Copyright by American folklore so- 
ciety, Boston. 

Journal of practical metaphysics. July, 
1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 171 

Copyright by Philosophical pub. co., 
Boston. 

Journal of the American chemical soci- 
ety. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

172 
Copyright by Chemical pub. co. ? 
Easton, Pa. 

Journal of the American medical ass'n. 
July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898. ) 173 
Copyright by American medical 
ass'n, Chicago. 

Judge. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 1, 
1898.) "174 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 

Keystone. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 
1898.) 175 

Copyright by B. Thorpe, Philadel- 
phia. 

Klondike Kit. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 

1,1898.) 176 

— July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 8. 1898.) 

177 
Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Land of sunshine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July5, 1898.) 178 

Copyright by Land of sunshine pub. 
co., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Law notes. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 1. 
1898.) 179 

Copyright by Edward Thompson co., 
Northport, Long Island, N. Y. 

Legal intelligencer. July 1,1898. (Rec'd 

July 2, 1898.) 180 

July 8, 1898. (Rec'd July 9. 1898.) 

181 
Copyright by Edward P. Allinson. 
Philadelphia. 

Leisure hours. Julv, 1898. (Re< 'd July 
S. 1898.) 181' 

Copyright by Chas. A. Dixon, Phila- 
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Leslie's weekly. July 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 183 

Copyright by Arkell weekly co., New 
York. 

Life. July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898. ) 

184 
Copyright by Mitchell & Miller, New 
York. 

Log cabin library. June 29, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2, 1898.) 185 

July 6,1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

186 
Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

McCall's magazine. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd 

July 8, 1898.) 187 

Copyright by McCall co., New York. 

McClure's magazine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 188 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 

Mackey A B C guide. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 189 

Copyright by A B C guide co., New 
York/ 

Marine engineering. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 7, 1898.) 190 

Copyright by Marine pub. co., New 
York. * 

Medical news. July 2, 1898. ( Rec'd July 
2, 1898.) 191 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 
York. 

Medical record. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2, 1898.) 192 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 9. 1898.) 

193 
Copyright by Wm. Wood & co., New 
York. 

Medical review of reviews. June 25, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 194 

Copyright by Medical review of re- 
views, New York. 

Medicine. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 

1898.) 195 

Copyright by William M. Warren, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Meehan's monthly. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 1,1898.) ' 196 

Copyright by Thomas Meehan & 
sons, Philadelphia. 

Men and horses. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 9, 1898.) 197 

Copyright by Men and horses, New 
York. 



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Menorah monthly. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 198 

Copyright by Menorah pub. co., New 
York. 

Mercantile adjuster. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 199 

Copyright by Mercantile adjuster 
pub. co., New York. 

Merck's report. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 2, 1898.) 200 

Copyright by Merck & co,, New York. 

Monthly blotter. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898.) 201 

Copyright by Muirson & Wright, San 
Jose, Cal. 

Monthly quotation record. July 1, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 202 

Copyright by Quotation record co., 
New York. 

Morse & Rogers money saver. July, 
1898. (Rec'd July 7,1898.) 203 

Copyright by Morse & Rogers, New 
York. 

Munsey's magazine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July' 5, 1898.) 204 

Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 
York. * 

Musical age. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5, 1898. 205 

July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 9,1898.) 

206 
Copyright by Harry Eduard Freund, 
New York. 

Musician. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 
1898.) '207 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 

National magazine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8,1898.) 208 

Copyright by W. AY. Potter co., Bos- 
ton. 

National medical review. July, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 209 

Copyrigbt by Johnston & McArdle, 
Washington, D. C. 

National nurservman. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 7, 1898.) ' 210 

Copyright by National nurseryman 
pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 

National police gazette. July 16, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 211 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
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(Eec'd 
212 



National reserve 
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Copyright by National reserve pub. 
co v Kansas City, Mo. 
New century. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5,1898.) 213 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tingley, 
New York. 
New England home magazine. Julv 3, 
1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) '214 

Copyright by New England home 
magazine, Boston. 
New England homestead. July 2,1898. 
(Rec'd July 2,1898.) 215 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 9,1898.) 

216 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., 

Springfield, Mass. 

New York clipper. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 7, 1898.) 217 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 

New York. 

New York herald. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 1, 1898. 218 

July 1, 1898. (Re M July 2, 1898.) 

219 

July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

220 

July 3, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 5, 1898.) 

221 

July 4, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

222 

July 5, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 6, 1898.) 

223 

July 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 

224 

July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

225 

July 8, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 9, 1898.) 

226 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

New York journal. Julv 1, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 1,1898.) 227 

Julv 2, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 2, 1898.) 

228 

July 3, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 3, 1898.) 

229 

Julv 4, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 5, 1898.) 

230 
July5, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

1231 
July 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 
232 
July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 
233 
July 8, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 8, 1898.) 
234 
Julv 9, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 9, 1898.) 
235 
Copyright by W. R, Hearst, New 
York. 



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New York ledger. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 6,1898.) 236 

Copyright by Robert Bonner's sons, 
New York. 

New York lumber trade journal. Julv 1, 
1898. (Rec'd July 1,1898.) 237 

Copyright by New York lumber trade 
journal co., New York. 

New York medical journal. July 2, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 5, 1598.) 238 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 

New York state reports and session laws. 
July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 1, 1898.) 239 
Copyright by Banks & bros., and 
James B. Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

New York teachers' monographs. June, 

1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 240 

Copyright by S. M. Fuerst, New York. 

New York times. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 1,1898.) 241 

July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 

242 
July 2, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 5, 1898.) 

243 
July 3, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

244 
July 4, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

245 
July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 

246 
July 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 

247 
July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

248 
Julv 8, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

249 
Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 

New York times weekly. Julv 3. 1898. 
(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 250 

Copyright by New York times co.. 
New York. 

New York weekly. Julv 16, 1898. (Eec'd 
July 2,1898.) " 251 

! July 23, 1898. Rec'd July 8. 1898.) 

252 
Copyright bv Street & Smith. New 
York. * 

j New Yorker abendblatt. Juno 30, L898, 

(Rec'd Julv 1,1898.) 253 

Julv 1. 1898. (Reo'dJuly 2. 1898.) 

254 
Julv 2. 1898. (Rec'd Julv 5. L898.) 

255 
Julv4. 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

256 
Julv 5. 1898, (Rec'd Julv 6, 1898.) 

257 



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Titles — Continued. 

New Yorker abendblatt. July 6, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 258 

July 7, 1898. (Bec'd July 8, 1898.) 

259 

July 8, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

260 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. July 1, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 1,1898.) 261 

July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 

262 

July 3, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

263 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. July 1, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 4, 1898.) 261 

(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 
265 
(Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 
266 
(Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 
267 
(Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 
268 
(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 
269 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, iSew York. 

New Yorker wochenblatt. July 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 270 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, ISew York. 



July 5, 

July 6, 1898. 

July 7, 1898. 

July 8, 1898. 

July 9, 1898. 



Nick Tarter weekly. July 2, 

(Rec'd July 1, 1898.') 271 

July 9,1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

272 
Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York/ 

Northeastern reporter. July 1, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 273 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Occult science library. June, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 274 

Copyright by Ernest Loomis, Chicago. 

Official railway equipment register. 
July, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898. ) 275 
Copyright by Railway equipment 
and pub. co., New York. 

Ohio legal news. July 4, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 276 

Copyright by Laning printing co., 
Norwalk, Ohio. 

Old Cap Collier library, no. 741. (Rec'd 

July 2, 1898.) 277 

Copyright by N. L. Munro, New York. 



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Open court. Julv, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 
1898.) '278 

Copyright by Open court pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Our productions. Julv 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 279 

Copyright by Am. pub. and engraving 
co., New York. 

Our young people. Julv 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898.) 280 

Copyright by Young people co., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Outlook. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 8, 

1898.) "281 

Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 

Pacific reporter. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 9, 1898.) 282 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. 
Paul, Minn. 

Pediatrics. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 

2,1898.) 283 

Copyright by Dillon Brown, New 
York. 

Pennsylvania county court reports, July 
2,1898. (Rec'd July, 1898.) 284 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July, 1898.). 285 

Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia inquirer, July 1, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 1, 1898.) 286 

July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 

287 
July 3, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

288 
— - July 4, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

289 
July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

290 
July 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 

291 
July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 

292 
July 8, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

293 
July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

294 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia press. Julv 1, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 1,1898.) 295 

July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 

296 
July 3, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

297 
July 4, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

298 
July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

299 



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July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
304 



Titles, — Continued. 

Philadelphia press. July 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 6, 1898.) 300 

July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 

301 

July 8, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

302 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

303 
Copyright by Press co., Philadelphia. 

Pigeon flyin 
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Copyright by Chas. H. Jones, Phila- 
delphia. 

Pilgrim of Our Lady of martyrs. July, i 
1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 305 | 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 

Pittsburg times. June 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 1, 1898.) 306 
July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) ; 

307 , 
July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 5,1898.) I 

308 
July 4, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

309 
July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 

310 
July 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 

311 
- — July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

312 
July 8, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

313 
Copyright by Pittsburg times, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

Pluck and luck. July 13, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898.)- 314 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. ' 

Pocket magazine. August, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 19, 1898.) 315 

Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes co., 
New York. 

Power. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 1, 1898.) 

316 
Copyright by Power pub. co., New 
York. 

Preacher's magazine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 2,1898.) 317 

Copyright by Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 

Printer and bookmaker. July, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 1, 1898.) 318 

Copyright by Howard Lockwood & 

co., New York. 

Puck. July 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 

319 
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maun, New York. 



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Puck's library. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd Jul v 
5, 1898.) 320 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Quaker. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

321 
Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 
York/ 

Railway hand book. July 1,1898. (Rec'd 

July 8,1898.) 322 

Copyright by Railway hand-book 

co., San Francisco, Cal. 

Reliable poultry journal. July, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 323 

Copyright by Reliable poultry journal 

pub. co., Quincy, 111. 

Rider and driver. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 9,1898.) 324 

Copyright by Rider and driver pub. 
co., New York. 

Russell's convention dates. July 2, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 325 

Copyright by Hamlin Russell, New- 
ark, N.J. 

St. Louis Republic. July 3, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 326 

(Sunday magazine.) July 3, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 327 

Copyright by Geo. Knapp & co., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Sartorial art journal. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 6, 1898.) 328 

Copyright by Jno. J. Mitchell co., 
New York. 

Saturday evening post. (Rec'd July 9. 
1898. July 9,1898.) 329 

July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898. ) 

330 
Copyright by Curtis pub. co.. Phila- 
delphia. % 

School journal. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898. 331 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 11. 1898.) 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co.. 
New York. 

School news. July. 1S98. (Rec'd July 
9. 1898.) 338 

Copyright bv C. M. Parker. Taylov- 
ville, 111/ 

Scientific American. July 9. 1S9S. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898.) : ; . ; t 

(Supplement.) July9,1898. (Rec'd 

July 8, 1898.) 336 

Copyright by Munn A CO., New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Southeastern reporter. June 28, 1898. 
(Rec'd July5,1898.) 336 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southern reporter. June 29, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898.) 337 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southwestern reporter. June 27, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 1,1898.) 338 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Sports afield. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
2,1898.) 339 

Copyright by Sports afield pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Standard. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 

. 1898.) 340 

Copyright by Standard press, New 
York. 

Starry flag weekly. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 1,1898.) 341 

July 9,1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

342 
Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. * 

State's duty. June, 1898. (Rec'd July 
2,1898.) 343 

Copyright by W. H. Moore, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Stenographer. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5,1898.) 344 

Copyright by Stenographer ptg.'and 
pub. co., Philadelphia. 

Street railway journal. July, 1898. 
(Rec'd J nly 7, 1898.) 345 

Copyright by Street railway pub. co., 
New York. 

Students' journal. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 2, 1898.) 346 

Copyright by Andrew J. Graham & 
co., New York. 

Success with flowers. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 9, 1898.) 347 

Copyright by Dingee & Conard co., 
Westgrove, Pa. 



Sun. July 1,1898. (Rec'd July 1, 1898.) i 

348 
July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 

349 i 
July 3, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

350 
July 4, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

351 
July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

352 I 



Titles — Continued. 

Sun. July 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 

353 
July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 

354 
July 8, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

355 
July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

356 
Copyright by Sun printing and pub. 
ass'n, New York. 

Sunday magazine. July 3, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 5, 1898.) 357 

Copyright by Ervin Wardman. 

Sunday school times. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898. 358 

Copyright by John D. Wattles & co., 
Philadelphia. 

Sunday school world. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898. 359 

Copyright by American Sunday 
school union, Philadelphia. 

Superintendent and foreman. Julv 8, 
1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 360 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 

Supreme court reporter. June 27, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 361 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Svenska amerikanska posten. July 5, 
1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 362 

Copyright by S. J. Turnblad, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

Tip top weekly. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 1,1898.) 363 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd. July 8, 1898.) 

364 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 
Tobacco. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 
1898.) 365 

Copyright by T. H. Delano pub. co., 
New York. 
Toilettes. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 
1898.) 366 

Copyright by Toilettes pub. co., New 
York. 
Town topics. July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 
6, 1898.) 367 

Copyright by Town topics pub co., 
New York. 
True blue. July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 
1,1898.) 368 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

369 
Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



United States courts of appeals reports. 
July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

370 I 
Copyright by Banks & bros., New j 
York. 

United States Treasury counterfeit de- 
tector. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 1, 
1898.) 371 [ 

Copyright by Dickermau & Holler, j 
Xew York. 

Universe. July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 
1898.) 372 

Copyright by Universe pub. co., New \ 
York. 

Vanity fair. July 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 
7,1898.) 373 j 

Copyright by Blakely Hall, Xew 
York. 

Vim. July 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 

374 
Copyright by Vim pub. co., Xew 
York. 

Vogue. July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 

1898.) 375 

Copyright by Fashion co., Xew York. 

Werner's magazine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898.) 376 

Copyright by Edgar S. Werner, Xew 
York. 

Western electrician. July 2, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 377 

Copyright by" Electrical pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Western school journal. July, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 378 , 

Copyright by John McDonald, Tope- | 
ka, Kans. 

Wool record. July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 
5, 1898.) 379 | 

Copyright by Wool record pub. co., ] 
Xew York. 

World. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 1, 1898.) 

380 

July 2, 1898. (Rec'd July 2, 1898.) 

381 



World. July 3, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

July 4, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.") 

383 

July 5, 1898. (Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 

384 

July 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 6, 1898.) 

385 

July 7, 1898. (Rec'd July 7, 1898.) 

386 

July 8, 1898. (Rec'd July 8, 1898.) 

387 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 9, 1898.) 

388 

World's Sunday magazine. July 3, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 389 

World (comic weekly). July 3, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 390 

World (woman's). July 3, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 5, 1898.) 391 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 

York. 

Writer, July, 1898. (Rec'd July 9. 1898.) 

392 
Copyright by Wm. H. Hills, Boston. 

Yankee doodle. July 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 8, 1898.) 393 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, Xew 
York. 

Ycung glory. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 
2, 1898.) 394 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Young Klondike. July 6, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 1,1898.) 395 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Young people's weekly. July 10, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 5, 1898.) 396 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. 
co., Elgin, 111. 

Youth's companion. July 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 6, 1898.) 397 

Copyright by Perry Mason & co., 
Boston. 

Zoological bulletin. May, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 1, 1898.) 398 

Copyright by Ginn & eo., Boston. 



IV. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 



COL- 



(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Admiral Dewers Manila grand march. 
By James C. Beckel. [Piano.] Phila- 
delphia, Bonanza music pub. co. 1 
Copyright by J. C. Beckel, Philadel- 
phia. 1898. no". 40275, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8. 



All the while. 
Bingham. 
no. 4 in G. 
co. 



Song. Words by Clifton 

Music by Lovett King. 

London. .Robert Cocks cSc 

9 



Admiral Dewey's triumph march. By 
Addie Hornbach. [Forpiano.] [n.i.J 

2 

Copyright by American musical ass'n, 
Chicago. 1898. no. 40001. Julv 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

After auchrim (or, "Few the green''). 

Words by G. Geogkgan. Music by C. 

Milligan Fox. London, Houghton 

& co. 3 

Copyright by Houghton & co.. Lon- 

' don, England. 1898, no. 41244, July 9. 

2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

After the battle is o'er. Words and music 
by Lyn Udall. Descriptive song and 
chorus. New York, Howley, Havi- 
land & co. 4 

Copyright by Howley, Hayiland & 
co., New York. 1898. no. 41380, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Alice, where art thou ? Romance. Solo 
for cornet, baritone, or trombone. By 
J. Ascher. Arranged by L. P. Lauren- 
deau for band. New York, Carl Fis- 
cher. [C. Fischers ed. no. 427.] 

5 
Copyright by C. Fischer. New York. 
1898, no. 41362," July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

All the while. Song. Words by Clifton 
Bingham. Music by Lovett King. no. 
1 in D. London, Kobert Cocks & co. 

6 
Copyright bv JR. Cocks & co., London, 
England. 1898, no. 41251, Julv 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

All the while. Song. Words by Clifton 
Bingham. Music by Lovett King. 
No. 2 in E flat, "(original key.) 
London, Kobert Cocks & co. 7 

Copyright by Kobert Cocks & co., 
London, England. 1898. no. 41252. 
July 9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

no. 3 in F. London, Robert 

Cocks & co. 8 

Copyright by Robert Cocks & co., 
London, England. 1898, no. 41253, 
July 9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 



Copyright by Robert Cocks & co., 
London, England. 1898, no. 41254-, 
July 9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Ambulance (The) maids. An action 
song for school concerts. Words by 
Kate Fowler-Tutt. Music by C. 
HutchinsLewis. London, J. Curwen 
& sons, ltd. 10 

Copyright by J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 1898. no. 32573. May 26. 
2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

America. Words by Samuel F. Smith. 

Arranged by F. E. Howard, [n. i.] 11 

Copyright bv Novello, Ewer *fc co., 

New York. 1898, no. 41031, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

American lady waltzes. By Wm. Polla. 

Piano. Chicago, Sol. Bloom. 12 

Copyright bv Sol. Bloom, Chicago. 

1898, no. 33266. Mav 28. 2 copies rec'd 

July 5, 1898. 

"American medley." for violin and 
mandolin, with piano. Arranged by 
Alonzo J. Mav. Baltimore, George 
Willig & co. " 13 

Copyright bv Geo. Willig & co., 
Baltimore, Md. " 1898, no. 40752, July 6. 
2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Americus two-step. Composed for the 
piano or organ by W. T. Harrington. 
Pasadena, Cal., W. T. Harrington. 14 
Copyright by W. T. Harrington, 
Pasadena, Cal. 1898, no. 10490, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Amoureux (Les) '"Through winding 
ways.'' Song for mezzo-soprano or 
baritone. ByC. Minetti. New York, 
G. Schirmer. 15 

Copyright bvG. Schirmer. New York. 
1898. no. 40913". July 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 6, 1898. 

And they all walked away. Patrol 
comic. " Bv P. M. Hacker. Band, 
[n. L] 16 

Copyright by Dalbev music co., 
Chicago."' 1898," no. 30032, May 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Answer (The). Words and music by An- 
thony J. Gray. New York, M. Wit- 
mark <fc sous. 17 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 40402, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Apart. "Words by George Cooper. Mu- 
sic by J. R. Thomas, [n. i.] 18 
Copyright by heirs of J. R. Thomas, 
U.S. 1898, no. 39667, June 30. 2 copies 
rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Apres la revue ntarche, par Louis Emma, 

[n.i.] 19 

Copyright by L. Emma, Paris. 1898, 

no. 39798, July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 1, 

1898. 

April soug. For soprano. By F. E. 

Howard, [n.i.] 20 

Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 

New York. 1898, no. 41043, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Are you coming home to-day ? Words 
by Susie M. Harrison. Chorus by 
C.L. H. Music by Chas. L. Harrison, 
[n.i.] 21 

Copyright by C. L. Harrison, Heekin, 
Ky. 1898, no. 40753, July 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Aria "Nina." By G. B. Pergolese. Ar- 
ranged for guitar by C. F. Elzear Fiset. 
Philadelphia, Stewart & Bauer. 22 

Copyright by Stewart & Bauer, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 39992, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

At even. Song. Words by E. G. Palmer. 
Music by Battison Haynes. London, 
J.B.Cramer & co., ltd. 23 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 40041, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Attention (L') (Attention;. Valse. Six 
morceaux instructifs, pour le piano, par 
Gaston Dore. Cincinnati, Ohio, Ilsen 
& co. [La recompense d' application.] 

24 
Copyright by Ilsen & co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 40888, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Avancement (L') (Progress). Galop. 
Six morceaux instructifs, pour le piano, 
par Gaston Dore. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Ilsen & co. [La recompense d'applica- 
tion.] 25 

Copyright by Ilsen & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 40893, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

3881— Vol. 16, No. 1 3 



Titles — Continued. 

Barbe-Bleue. Ballet pantomime avec 
choeurs, en trois tableaux, de Richard 
O'Monroy. Musique de Charles Lecocq. 
Partition complete. Paris, Choudens. 

26 
Copyright by Choudens, Paris, 
France. 1898, no. 40&49, July 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Beauty (The) stone. An original roman- 
tic musical drama in three acts. By 
Arthur W. Pinero, J. Comyns Carr, and 
Arthur Sullivan. Vocal score. Lon- 
don, Chappell & co., ltd. 27 
Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 40676, July 6. 
2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Beefeater (The). Written and composed 
by Herbert Darnley. London, Fran- 
cis, Day & Hunter. 28 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1898, no. 40418, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Belle (La) Roumaine. Waltzes. By J. 
Ivanovici. Arranged by Emil Isen- 
man. For orchestra. New York, 

Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 
893.] 29 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 41352, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Beneath Old Glory. Words by Sallie 

Keep Best. Music by J. H. Alleman. 

Chicago, Northwestern music co. 30 
Copyright by J. H. Alleman, Chicago. 

1898, no. 39985, July 1. 2 copies rec'd 

July 5, 1898. 
Beneath the flag. March. Song. 

Words and music by Safford Waters. 

New York, Howley, Havilaud & co. 31 
Copyright by Howley, Havilaud & 

co., New York. 1898, no. 41379, July 9. 

2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Birds of the woodland. Waltz. By 
Sarah Steckle. Piano. Freeport, 

Mich., Sarah Steckle. 32 

Copyright by S. Steckle. Freeport. 
Mich. 1898, no. 21274. Apr. 2. 2 conies 
rec'd July 1, 1898. 
Bonne chance! Galop pour piano. Par 
A. M. Fechner. Paris. A. M. Fechner. 

33 

Copyright by A. M. Fechner, Paris. 

France. L898, no. 40948, July 8. - 

copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Boston (The) Latin school march. By 

G. F. Loughlin, '98, Class song, 98. 

By Walter Shuebruk, '98. 34 

Copyright by K. M. Green, Boston 

L898, no. 40487, July 5. 2 conies rec'd 

July 5, 1898. 



34 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Bright beam of morning. Male quartet. 
Words by Palmer Hartsough. Music 
by Fred. A. Fillmore. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Fillmore bros. 35 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898.. no. 39469, June 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 
Broom (The) brigade. Words by R. A. 
Browne. Music by Eduard Hoist. 36 

Copyright by E. Witzmann &, co., 
Memphis. Tenn. 1898, no. 41361, July 
9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 
By the camp fire I am dreaming. Words 
by George Cooper. Music by Charles 
E. Pratt, [n. i.j 37 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1898, no. 10603, \july 5. 2 copies rec'd 
July 5, 1898. 
Cannon march. Enter kanonendonner 
marsch. By Edmund Braham. Four- 
hand arrangement by F. Brueschweiler. 

Milwaukee, Eohliing sons music co. 

38 

Copyright by Rehiring sons music 
co., Milwaukee, Wis. 1898, no. 40859, 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 
Carnation waltzes. By Jacob Henry El- 
lis. Piano. New York, Howley, 
Haviland & co. 39 

Copyright by Howley. Haviland & 
co.. New York. 1898, no/40003, July 1. 
2 copies rec'd July 1,1898. 
Catalonisches lied. G-dur. Komponiert 
von Franz Poenitz. op. 40. Fiir har- 
monium und klavier. Berlin, Carl 
Simon. 40 

Copyright by C. Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many/ 1898. no. 40767, July 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 6, 18 ( J8. 

Celebrated method for the clarinet. By 
H. Klose. Newly revised and enlarged 
by C. L. Staats*. New York, Carl 
Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed.] 41 

Copyright by C. Fischer. New York. 
1898, no. 41353. July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Certainement ! Oui ! Oui ! Oui ! New and 
original comic song. Words and mu- 
sic by Leopold Jordan. 42 
Copyright by Murtha Porteous Falk. 
New York. 1898, no. 41303, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Charity. Solo for cornet, baritone, or 
trombone. By J. Fanre. Arranged by 
L. P. Laurendeau for band. New 
York, Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed. 
no. 128.] 43 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 41356, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Cheer Old Glory. By E. E. Hewitt and 
G. F. Eosche. Song, [n.i.] 44 

Copyright by George F. Rosche, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 40267, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Clara. Polka mazurka. For 2 mando- 
lins and guitar. By E. H. Frey. Phil- 
adelphia^ S. S. Stewart. 45 
Copyright bv Stewart & Bauer, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898. no. 34052, June 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Cleveland (The) coterie waltzes. By J. 
V. Kalva. Canton, Ohio, Louis Vi- 
tak. 46 

Copyright bvL. Yitak, Canton. Ohio. 
1898, no. 22266. Apr. 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 

Club galop. By L. P. Laurendeau. For 
band. New York, Carl Fischer. [C. 
Fisher's ed. no. 518.] 47 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
1898,"no. 41361. July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Columbia. A patriotic juvenile cantata. 
Libretto by E. E. Hewitt. Music by 
Geo. F. Rosche. Chicago, Geo. P. 

Rosche & co. 48 

Copyright bv G. F. Rosche, Chicago. 
1898, no. 40200, July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, " 



Come, live with me. Song. For mezzo- 
soprano or baritone. By C. Minetti. 
New York, G. Sch inner. 49 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 40895, July 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 6, 1898. 

Coming down the pike. Two-step. 
March. Bv H. L. Webster. Orchestra. 
Cleveland, Ohio, H. E. McMillen. 50 
Copyright bv H. E. McMillen. Cleve- 
land. Ohio. 1898, no. 39763, June 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

: * Complete and progressive vocal exer- 
cises in six groups. By Fr. Bonoldi. 
New edition, with introduction by 
Frederic W. Root. Soprano. Phila- 
delphia, Hatch music co. [Hatch ed. 
no.9.] 51 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 38863, June 25. 2 
copies rec'd June 25, 1898. 

Contralto. Philadelphia, Hatch 

music co. [Hatch ed. no. 10.] 52 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 38864, June 25. 2 
copies rec'd June 25, 1898. 



35 

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Titles — Continued. 

Cracker (The) Jack. Medley overture. 
Arranged by W. H. Mackie. Band. 
New York, M. Witmark & sons. 53 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 40403, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Darktown is out to-night. Words and 
music by Will Marion. New York, M. 
Witmark & sons. 54 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 40855, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Dear college chums. Words and music 
by Chas. K. Harris. Arranged by Jos. 
Clauder. Milwaukee, Wis., Chas. K. 
Harris. 55 

Copyright by C. K. Harris, Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 1898, no. 6766, Jan. 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Dear heart. Song. Solo for cornet, 
baritone, or trombone. Arranged by 
L. P. Laurendeau for band. New 

York, Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed. 
no. 427.] 56 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 41360, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Dearest (The) girl to me. Words by 
N. S. C. Folwell. Music by Herbert T. 
Lewis. Philadelphia, Folwell print- 
ing house. 57 
Copyright by N. S. C. Folwell, Phila- 
delphia. 1^98, no. 39201, June 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

"Dewey's victory." March. By J. A. 
Crews, jr. Piano. New York, Carl 
Fischer. 58 

Copyright by J. A. Crews, jr., Wil- 
mington, N. C. 1898. no. 41311, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Don't mention the past. Words and 
music by Thos. F. Morrissey. New 
York, M. Witmark &, sons. 59 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 40405, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Dreamland voices. (Care voci.) Song. 
English words by Will Ransom. Italian 
words by Francesco Barcella. Music 
by Angelo Mascheroni. no. 1 in E flat. 
London, Kobert Cocks & co. 60 

Copyright by R. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don, England. '1898, no. 41248, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

no. 2 in F. London, Robert Cocks 

& co. (U 

Copyright by R. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don, England. " 1898, no. 41249, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dreamland voices. (Care voci.) Song. 
English words by Will Ransom. Italian 
words by Francesco Barcella. Music 
by Angelo Mascheroni. no. 3 in G 
(original key). London, Robert Cocks 
<fc co. 62 

Copyright by R. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 41250, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Drei standchen. ( Three serenades. ) 
Fiir piano. Componirt von Ed. Pol- 
dini. opus 22. no. 1. E flat major. 
Leipzig, C. Dieckmann. 63 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 1898, no. 40940, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 2. B major. Leipzig, C. Dieck- 
mann . 64 
Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 1898, no. 40941, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 3. Aflatmajor. Leipzig, Dieck- 
mann. 65 
Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 1898, no. 40942, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Earth (The) is the Lord's. Words from 
Psalm XXIV. Music by W. E. Brown. 
New York, Charles S. Elliot & co. 
[The American choir, v. 5, no. 62.] 66 
Copyright by C. S. Elliot & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 13783, Feb. 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Estey (The) march, two-step. For band. 
By R. O. Eaton. Philadelphia, .1 . W. 
Pepper. 67 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 39765, June 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Fair isle of Cuba. Song and quartet. 
Composed by Rod. Cameron. Jersey 
City, N. J., Adams music co. 68 

Copyright by Adams music co., Jer- 
sey City. N. J. * 1898, no. 39998. J uly 1. 2 
copies rec'd June 30. 1898. 

Fairy tale gavotte. By Ed. Hoist . .. 69 

Copyright by K. Dehnhoff, NewYork. 

1898, no. 39853, July l. 2 copies rec'd 

July 1,1898. 

Fantaisio am Sricaine. no. 1. By Custav 
Saenger. op. 70. For piano and 
violin. Now York. Carl Fischer, 
[C. Fischers ed.] 70 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York, 
1898, no. 41350, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
.lulv 9. 1898. 



36 

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Titles — Continued. 

Fantaisiepatriotique. no.l (americaine). 
By Gustav Saenger. op. 62. For 
violin and piano. New York, Carl 
Fischer. [C. Fischers ed.] 71 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 41347, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Fire brigade (The). An action song for 
school concerts. Words by A. J. Fox- 
well. Music by C. Hutchins Lewis. 
London, J. Curwen & sons, ltd. 72 

Copyright by J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 32574, May 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Fishin' time in Georgia; or, Down by the 
river. Words anon. Music by J. C. 
Beckel. Philadelphia, Bonanza mu- 
sic pub. co. 73 
Copyright by J. C. Beckel, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 38405, June 23. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Flag of freedom. Male voices. Words 
by Palmer Hartsough. Music by Fred 
A. Fillmore. Cincinnati, Ohio, Fill- 
more bros. 74 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 39470, June 29. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Flag (The) of freedom. National song. 
Composed by James W. Morse, Jersey 
City, N. J., Adams music co. 75 

Copyright by Adams music co., Jer- 
sey City, N. J. 1898, no. 39997, July 1. 
2 copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Flag of the free. Patriotic song and 
chorus. Words by E. B. Haines. Mu- 
sic by John G. Zabriskie. New York, 
Howley, Haviland & co. 76 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 41377, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Flag song. Words by R. A. Browne. Mu- 
sic by A. Jordan. 77 
Copyright by E. Witzmann & co., 
Memphis, Tenn. 1898, no. 41365, Julv 
9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Flora. Waltz-song. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker, 
[n.i.] 78 

Copyrigrt by T. B. Harms, New York. 
1898, no. 40481, July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 1, 1898. 

Freedom, our queen. Words by Oliver 
Wendell Holmes. Music by Francis 
E. Howard, [n. i.] 79 

Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41033, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Freedom's natal day. Male voices. 
Words by Palmer Hartsough. Music 
by Fred A. Fillmore. Cincinnati, 

Ohio, Fillmore bros. 80 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 39468, June 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Friendly (The) hand. Words from "Pres- 
ent truth." Music by A. E. J. Mc- 
Creary. London, Weekes & co. 81 
Copyright by Weekes & co., London, 
England. 1898, no. 40417, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Fun in de cotton patch. For 2 guitars. 
Composed and arranged by J. C. Mc- 
Clellan. Midlothian, Tex., J. C. Mc- 
Clellan. [Ripples from the south. J 82 

Copyright by J. C. McClellan, Mid- 
lothian, Tex. 1898, no. 40491, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 
Gais lurons. [Les gais buveurs.] Fi- 
dele zecher. Walzer, by Rob. Vollstedt. 
op. 112. Leipzig, Aug. Cranz. 83 

Copyright by Aug. Cranz, Leipzig. 
1898, no. 40765, July 7. 2 copies reed 
June 29, 1898. 

Gambrinus march. Arranged for piano 
and voice. Words by Frank A. Lenz. 
Music by Constantin Kollros. Louis- 
ville, Ky., C. Kollros. 84 
Copyright bv C. Kollros, Louisville, 
Ky. 1898, no. 40818, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Gavotte fautastique. By Max Braun. 
For violin and piano. New York, 
CarlFischer. [C Fischer's ed., no. 43.] 

85 
Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 41349, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Gazelle (La). Danse characteristic. By 
Theo. Bendix. Arranged by Herbert 
L. Clarke for band. New York, M. 
Witmark & sons. 86 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 40858, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Gentle (The) maiden. March and two- 
step. Piano simplified. Composed 
by Richard Goerdeler. New York, 
J. H. Schroeder. 87 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 
York. 1898, no'. 40751, July 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Grand ameriean fantasie. For cornet and 
piano. By Wm. Jaeger. New York, 
M. Witmark & sons. 88 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 40272, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Hail to America. National song and 
quartet. With 2 Glenwood echoes. 
Words and music by J. W. Betts. 89 
Copyright by J. W. Betts, Chicago. 
1898, no. 40486, July 5. 2 copies rec'd 
July 5, 1898. 

Hark! 'tis the cuckoo. Words by R. A. 

Browne. Music by A. Jordan. 90 

Copyright by E. Witzmann & co., 

Memphis, Tenu. 1898. no. 41366, July 9. 

2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Hasty (A) inspiration. March. Com- 
posed by Mamie Applebaum. New 
York, Wm. A. Pond & co. 91 

Copyright by Mamie Applebaum, New 
York." 1898, no. 40604, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Haytime. Song. Words by Clifton Bing- 
ham. Music composed by Eben Jack- 
son. London, Houghton & co. 92 
Copyright by Houghton & co., Lon- 
don, England. * 18 »8, uo. 41246, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

High spirits. Two-step march. By 
J.W. Lerman. Four hands. [Piano.] 
New York, Geo. Molineux. 93 

Copyright by G. Molineux, New York. 
1898, no. 40885^ July 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 7, 1898. 

How 'bout your baby, honey. Coon song 
and chorus. Words by Eugene Todd. 
Music by Gussie C. Lindner. New 
York, Howley, Ha^iland & co. 94 

Copyright by Howlev, Haviland & 
co., New York. 1898. no. 40004, July 1. 
2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

I ain't a gwineterbodder yer much longer. 
Words and music bv Arthur Treyelyan. 
New York, K. Dehnhoff. 95 

Copyright by K. Dehnhoff, New York. 
1898, no. 39852, July 1. 2 copies rec'd 
July 1, 1898. 

I dream of thee ! Song. Words by Wil- 
liam Toynbee. Music by F. E. Gambogi. 
In C. London, J . B. Cramer <fc co., 
ltd. 96 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 40040, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

I loye a girl who is made of stucco. 
Words by Hugh Morton. Music by 
Gustavo Kerker, [n. i.] 97 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 40482, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

I would see a maid. Duet from "The 
beauty stone." By Arthur Pinero, J. 
Cornyns Carr, and Arthur Sullivan. 
London, Chappell & co., ltd. 98 

Copyright by Chappell & co., ltd., 
London, England. 1898, no. 40678, July 
6. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

If ye love me. Music by D. S. Hollings- 
head. Baltimore, Md., Hollingshead 
music co. 99 

Copyright by Hollingshead music co., 
Baltimore, Md. 1898, no. 39202, June 
27. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

I'll ask him not to go. Words by Ray- 
mond A. Brown. Music by Robert 
Cone. New York, M. Witmark & 

sons. 100 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 40406, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

I'll kiss you good-bye, soldier. Song and 
refrain. Words and music by Malcolm 
Douglas. New York, Gagelbros. 101 
Copyright by Gagel bros., New York. 
1898, no. 36004,* June 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 7, 1898. 



In Nativitate D. N. J. C. In I' 



-esperis. 



Psalmodie modulata, quatour vocibus 
conciuenda. Accedit ecce sacerdos 
magnus, sex vocibus in recipiendo, pro- 
cession aliter episcopum. Coniposuit 
Presb. Laurentius Perosi. Milano, 
G. Ricordi & c. 102 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & co., Milan, 
Italy. 1898, no. 40946, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 
In the ranks. Words and music by Phil. 
Kussel. Cincinnati, Ohio, Philip 

Kussel. 103 

Copyright by P. Kussel, Cincinnati. 
Ohio. 1898, no. 40808, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 
Infant (The) incubator. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gustavo Kerkrr. 
[n.i] 104 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co . New 

York. * 1898, no. 40480, J ul v 5. 2 copies 

rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Introductory voluntary. By O.C. Chapel. 

For organ, [n. i.] 105 

Copyright by Geo. Molineux. Now 
York.' 1898, no. 32726, May 2(5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 6, L898. 
Invocation. Song. Words by Francis 
Prevost. Music by Kate Behnke. no. 
2 in F. London. Chappell & CO., 

ltd. L06 

Copyright by Chappell & co.. ltd.. 
London, England. 1898, no. IOti77. July 
0. 2 copies rec'd July 0, 18S'S. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Irresistible (The) schottische. By James 
R. Murray. Piano. Cincinnati, John 
Church co. 107 

Copyright hy J. R. Murray, U. S. 
1898, no. 40079, July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
June 30, 1898. 

Jacqueline's song. ("Ah, why dost sigh 
and moan?") From " The beauty 
stone." By Arthur W. Piuero, J. 
Comyns Carr, and Arthur Sullivan. 
London, Chappell & co., ltd. 108 

Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. England. 1898, no. 40679, July 6. 
2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Je n'ose pas. (I dare not say.) Song. 
French words by Jacques Michel Levy. 
English words by Paul England. 
Music by Richard H. Walthus. Lon- 
don, Boosey & co. 109 
Copyright by Boosey & co., London, 
England. 1898, no. 40429, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Jerusalem. Solo for cornet, baritone, or 
trombone. By Ch. Gounod. Arranged 
by L. P. Laurendeau for band. 
New York, Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's 
ed., no. 428.] 110 

Copyright by C.Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 41355, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

John & co. Words and music by M. 
Ashcroft. London, J. Curwen & 
sons, ltd. Ill 

Copyright by J. Curwen & sons, 
London, England. 1898, no. 32575, 
May 26. 2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Jolly little sailors. Words by R. A. 

Browne. Music by Eduard Hoist. 112 

Copyright by E. Witzmann & co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 1898, no. 41367, July 9. 

2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Jovitta. Mexican serenade. By Chas. 
Armand. Arranged by L. P. Lauren- 
deau for band. New York, Carl 
Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed., no. 417.] 

113 
Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 41357. July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Jubilee (The) march. Two-step. By 
Chr. Bach. Piano solo. Milwaukee, 
Wis., Oscar Bach. 114 

Copyright by O. Bach, Milwaukee, 
Wis. '1898, no. 40078, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Kentucky belles march. Two-step. By 
H. F. Yannt. For piano. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Philip Kussel. 115 
Copyright by P. Kussel, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 1898. no. 40809, Jul v 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Titles — Continued . 

King all-glorious. Anthem. By George 
Edward Smith, no. 3. Logansport, 
Ind., Home music co. [Home music 
journal, v. 7. J 116 

Copyright by Home music co., 
Logansport, Ind. 1898, no. 41373, July 
9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Knickerbocker (The) series of school 
songs. Book 3. Three-part songs. 
Edited by F. E. Howard. New York, 
Novello, Ewer & co. 117 

Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41030, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Lame's prayer, "Dear Mary Mother," 
from "The beauty stone." By Arthur 
W. Pinero, J. Comyns Carr, and Arthur 
Sullivan. London, Chappell & co. 
ltd. 118 

Copyright by Chappell & co., ltd., 
London, England. 1898, no. 40681, July 
6. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Laine's song, "An hour agone," from 
"The beauty stone." By Arthur Pinero, 
J. Comyns Carr, and Arthur Sullivan. 
London, Chappell & co., ltd. 119 

Copyright bv Chappell & co., ltd., 
London, England. 1898, no. 40680, July 
6. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Let all obey. Solo for cornet, baritone, 
or trombone. By S. Leach, Arranged 
by L. P. Laurendeau for baud. New 
York, Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed. 
no. 427.] 120 

Copyright by C. Fischer. New York. 
1898, no. 41359, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Let me believe. Song for contralto or 
bass. Words by Virginia Woodward 
Cloud. Music by Frank W. Riker. 
op. 4. New York, P. L. Jung. 121 

Copyright by Kurt Moebiup, trading 
as P. L. Jung, New York. 1898, no. 
41363, July 9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 
1898. 

Life on a man-o'-war. Words by George 
Starr. Music by Hattie Starr. New 
York, M. Witmark & sons. 122 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 



New York. 1898, no. 40404, Jul; 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



2 



Lily (The) of Laguna. Written and 
composed by Leslie Stuart. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 123 

Copyright bv Francis, Dav &, Hunter, 
London . 1X9K no. 40420, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Little boy blue. Song. Words by Eugene 
Field. Music by H. Beraberg. no. 1. 
In E flat. New York, Boosey & co. 

124 
Copyright by Enoch & sons, London. 
1898, no. 39802, July 1. 2 copies rec'd 
July 1, 1898. 

no. 2. In F. New York, Boosey & 

co. 125 

Copyright by Enoch & sons, London. 
1898, no. 39801, July 1. 2 copies rec'd 
July 1, 1898. 

no. 3. In G. New York, Boosey & 

co. 126 

Copyright by Enoch & sons, London. 
1898, no. 39803, July 1. 2 copies rec'd 
July 1, 1898. 

Little dairy maids. Words by R. A. 

Browne. Music by Jules Vernon. 127 

Copyrigbt by E. Witzmann & co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 1898, no. 11368, July 9. 

2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Little Miss Ida of Idaho. Words and 
nmsio by Arthur Trevelyan. New 
York, M. Witmark & sons. 128 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New Vork. 1898, no. 40401, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Looking for a little recreation. Coon 
song. By J. A. Silvers and H. Y. 
Leavitt. New York, M. Witmark & 
sons. 129 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 40274, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

M. A. C. march. Two-step. For band. 
By R. M. Stults. Philadelphia, J. W. 
Pepper. 130 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 39766, June 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 1. 1898. 

Make a joyful Doise. Anthem. ByW. T. 
Giffe. no. 1. Logiinsport, Ind., 

Home music co. [Home music journal, 
v. 7.] 131 

Copyright by Home music co., Lo- 
gansport, Ind. 1898, no. 41375, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

March. Cubanola cake walk. By War- 
ren Beebe. Arranged for brass and 
reed bands by Warren Beebe. Cleve- 
land, Ohio, H. E. McMillen. 132 
Copyright by H. E. McMillen, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 1898, no. 39762, June 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

March Tzigane. Gipsy march. By Theo. 
Hermann, op. 70. Arranged by E. H. 
Frey for 2 mandolins and guitar. 
New York, Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's 
edition, no. 66.] 133 

Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 41348, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Marching to the war. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by Edward D. Dough- 
erty. Chester, Pa., Jno. P. Dough- 
erty. 134 
Copyright by E. D. Dougherty, Ches- 
ter, Pa. 1898', no. 33546," May 31. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Masquerade gavotte. By Paul Zahn. 
For piano. London, Jefferys, ltd. 

135 
Copyright by Jefferys, ltd., London, 
England. 1898, no. 40426, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Me, too! (A topical duet.) Written by 
Carl Howard. Composed by George 
Everard. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. " 136 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1898, no. 40422,' July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Memory (A). Poem by Frederic T. 
Greenhalge. Music by Joseph W. 
Leach. Lowell, Mass., Washington 
music co. 137 

Copyright by J. W. Leach. U. S. 1898, 
no. 39397, June 29. 2 copies rec*d July 
9, 1898. 

Merry (A) gypsy baud. Words by K. A. 

Browne. Music by J. Vernon. 138 

Copyright by E. Witzmann & CO., 

Memphis, Tenn. 1898, no. 41369. July 9. 

2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Messa. A tre voci d' uoino. Con accom- 
pagnamento d' organo o d' armonio. 
Composta da Don Lorenzo Perosi. 
Milano, G. Ricordi & c. 139 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & co.. Milan. 
Italy. " 1898, no. 1094."), July S. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Messa da requiem. A tre voci tV uomo. 
Con accompagnamento d' organo o d' 
armonio. Composta da Don Lorenzo 
Perosi. Milano, G. Ricordi & o. 110 
Copyright byG. Ricordi & co.. Milan. 
Italy." 1898, no. 10947. J ulv 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8. 1898. 

Minerva (The) two-step. March. Com- 
posed and arranged by Geo. W. Bailey. 
[Piano.] Van Wert, Ohio. J. F. 
sidle. " HI 

Copyright by G. W. Bailey, Nan 
Wert. Ohio. 1898, no 40488, July 5, 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Minister's (The) sweetheart. Words and 
music by Marion Kean. New York, 
Luckhardt & Belder. 142 

Copyright bv Marion Kean, New 
York. " 1898, no. - 40822, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Minuet. By Beethoven. Arranged for 
guitar by C. F. Elzear Fiset. Phila- 
delphia, Stewart & Bauer. 113 
Copyright by Stewart & Bauer, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 39991, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Mis' Mahogany. Words and music by 

Seneca G. Lewis, [n. i.] Ill 

Copyright by S. G. Lewis, Detroit, 

Mich. * 1898, no.' 29192, May 10. 2 copies 

rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Moment musical. Schubert, op. 94, no. 
3. Arranged for guitar by C. F. Elzear 
Fiset. Philadelphia, Stewart & 
Bauer. 115 

Copyright by Stewart & Bauer, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 39993, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Mrs. Eoouey's cat. Words by James 
Currau. Music by Felix McGleuuon. 
New York, Jos. W. Stern & co. 116 

Copyright by J. W. Stern & co., New 
York. * 1898, no. 23126, Apr. 11. 2 copies 
rec'd July 1, 1898. 

My dear old daddy. Song and chorus. 
By Minnie Belle. New York, M. 
Witmark & sons. 147 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 1898, no. 40271, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

My heart keeps singing. Words by 
Johnson Oatman, jr. Music by George 
Beaverson. 148 

Copyright by Geo. Beaverson, Jersey 
City, N. J. 1898, no. 39988, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

My Mary dear. Words and music by 
Fred J. Hamill. Arranged by Hans 
S. Line. Chicago, Olympia music 
co. 149 

Copvright by F. J. Hamill, Chicago. 
1898, no. 36479,' June 13. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

My own true love. (Ma bien aimee.) 
Song. French words by Jean Labor. 
English version by E. H. Elkin. Music 
by H. Bemberg. no. 1, in F. New 
York, Boosey & co. 150 

Copyright by Enoch & sous. London. 
1898, no. 39799/ July 1. 2 copies rec'd 
July 1, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

My own true love. (Ma bien aimee.) 
Song. French words by Jean Labor. 
English version by R. H.Elkin. Music 
by H. Bemberg. no. 2, in G. New 
York, Boosey & co. 151 

Copyright bv Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. '1898. no. 39800, July 1. 2 copies 
rec'd July 1, 1898. 

National guard grand parade. Two-step. 
Composed for the piano by Rudolf 
Carl. Simplified edition arranged for 
four hands by C. H. H. Booth. New 
York, George Molineux. 152 

Copyright bv Geo. Molineux. New 
York. ' 1898. no'. 40887, July 7. 2 cop- 
ies received July 7, 1898. 

Arranged for four hands by C. H. H. 

Booth. New York, George Molineux. 

153 
Copvright by Geo. Molineux, New 
York. * 1898. no. 10886, July 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

National (The) volunteer march. Two- 
step. For pianoforte. By Charles L. 
Scoville. Troy, N. Y., Charles L. 
Scoville. 154 

Copyright by Chas. L. Scoville, Trov, 
N. Y. 1898, no. 26303, Apr. 27. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Naughty eyes. Morceau de salon. By 
Chas. Armand. Arranged by L. P. 
Laurendeau for band. New York, 
Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's edition, 
no. 417.] 155 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York.' 1898. no. 41358, July 9. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Neuer friihling. Yon R. Friedel. Chor- 
lieder und quartette. Fur soprano, 
alto, tenor, und bass. Philadelphia, 
J. W. Jost. 156 

Copyright by J. W. Jost, Philadel- 
phia. ' 1898. no! 36759, June 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

(New spring.) Yon H. G. Kumme, 

fur vier mlinner-stinimen. (2d series.) 
Philadelphia, J. W. Jost. 157 

Copvright bv J. W. Jost, Philadel- 
phia. '1898, no! 36760, July 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Norine. Overture By H. Engelmann. 
opus. 280. Philadelphia, Chas. D. 

Tuttle. 158 

Copyright bv C. D. Tuttle, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 41300, July 9. 2 copies 
i rec'd Julv 9, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Obeissauce (L') (Obedience.) Chant 
sans paroles. Six morceaux instructifs 
pour le piano, par Gaston Dore. Cin- 
cinnati. Ohio, Ilsen & co. [La recom- 
pense d'applicatiou.] 159 

Copyright bv Ilsen & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. ' 1898, no. 40889, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

beron overture. By C. M. v. Weber. 
Arranged by Theo. M. Tobaui for 
band. Solo B-flat cornet. New York, 
Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's edition, 
no. 81.] 160 

Copyright bv C. Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 41351, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Id (The) camp ground. A. W. Burkhart, 
J. B.Vaughan, [n. i. ] 161 

Copyright bv J. M. Bierly, Frederick, 
Md. 1898, no. 40605, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 
f 01d Glory, mine.'' Hymn to our flag. 
Words and music by Alfred Marschner 
(Mel. O'Day), [n. i.] 162 

Copyright bv A. Marschner, Omaha, 
Nebr. * 1898, no.' 30568, May 16. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

n the seas and far away. Words by the 
immortal Robert Burns. Music by 
James C. Beckel. Philadelphia, Bo- 
nanza music pub. co. 163 

Copyright by J. C. Beckel, Philadel- 
phia. 1898. no. 40276, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

n to Spain! Patriotic war chorus. 
Song, [n. i.] 164 

Copyright by Great American import- 
ing tea co.. San Francisco, Cal. 1898, 
no. 41028, July 8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 
1898. 
One little girl I know. Song and chorus. 
Words by Edgar Smith. Music by Fred 

tGagel. New York, M. Witmark & 
sous. 165 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 40273, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 
One pang of sorrow. Song for mezzo- 

I soprano or baritone. Blanco. To- 
ronto, Canada, Whaley, Rovce & co. 
166 
Copyright by Whaley, Royce & co., 
Toronto, Canada, 1898, no. 39797, July 
1. 2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 
Only (The) girl I ever loved. Written by 
Albert Hall. Composed by Orlando 
Powell. Loudon, Francis, Day cV 
Hunter. 167 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 40421, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Our boys on the ships of war. Words by 
Sallie Keep Best. Music by J. H. Alle- 
man. Chicago, Northwestern music 
co. 168 

Copyright by J. H. Alleman, Chicago. 
1898, no. 39986, July 1. 2 copies rec'd 
July 5, 1898. 

Our flag with one star. (Le vive Cuba 
libre.) Music by Mrs. M. E. Macauley. 
Words by A. H. Bush. Chicago, M. 
E. Macauley. 169 

Copyright by Mrs. M. E. Macauley, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 38392, June 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Our gallant 5th. March and two-step. 
Composed by Effie Mayne McConkey. 
Baltimore, Geo. Willig & co. 170 

Copyright by G. Willig & co., Balti- 
more. 1898, no. 39990, July 1. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Outcast (The) parents. Words and music 
by Nellie Maguire. Milwaukee, Wis., 
Joseph Planner. 171 

Copyright by J. Planner, Milwaukee, 
Wis. *1898, no. 34669, June 6. 2 conies 
rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Patience (La). (Patience.) Menuette. 
Six morceaux instructifs, pour le piano, 
par Gaston Dore. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Ilsen &. co. [La recompense d'appli- 
catiou.] 172 
Copyright by Ilsen & co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 40890, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Patriotic (The) coon. Song. Words and 
music by Geo. M. Cohan. New York. 
George L. Spaulding. 173 

Copyright by G. L. Spaulding, New 
York. * 1898, no. 39999, July 1. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Patriot's (The) pledge. By E. E. Hewitt 
and G. F. Rosche. Song, [n.i.] 174 

Copyright by George F. Rosche. Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 40268, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Peerless melodies. A new collection of 
instrumental music for the piano or cab- 
inet organ. Bv 1>. W. Crist. Moul- 
trie, Ohio, D.W.Crist. 175 
Copyright bv D. W. Crist, Moultrie, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 25796, Apr. 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd .July 1,1898. 

Per to vive, e per te more. For thee 
living, for thee dying. Air by Ale-- 
sandro Scarlatti. Arranged by J. A. 
Fuller Maitland. in (i. minor. Lon- 

don, Forsytb bros. 176 

Copyright bv Forsyth i>ros.. London. 
1898, no. 40039, July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, L898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Per te vive, e per te more. For thee 
living, for thee dying - . Air by Ales- 
sandro Scarlatti. Edited and arranged 
by J. A. Fuller Maitland. In F minor. 
London, Forsyth brothers. 177 

Copyright by Forsyth bros., London, 
England." 1898, no. "40930, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Piano melodies. A new collection of in- 
strumental music for the pianoforte. 
By D. W. Crist. Moultrie, Ohio, D. 
W. Crist. 178 

Copyright by D. W. Crist, Moultrie, 
Ohio. ' 1*98, no. 27350, May 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Polytechnic march. For two guitars. 
Composed and arranged by J. C. Mc- 
Clellan. Midlothian, Tex., J. C. Mc- 
Clellan. [Ripples from the south.] 

179 
Copyright by J C McClellan. Midlo- 
thian, Tex. 1898, no. 40492, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Ponctualite(La). (Punctuality.) Marche. 
Six nior< eaux instruetifs pour ie piano. 
Par Gaston Dore. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Ilsen &, co. [La recompense d'appli- 
cation.] 180 

Copyright by Ilsen & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 10891, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

President's (The) march. By Victor 
Herbert. For orchestra. Arranged by 
Otto Langey. New York, Edward 

Schuberth <fc co. [Casino collection, 
no 38.] 181 

Copyright by E. Schuberth &. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40080, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Princess mazurka. Three step. By C. 
H. De Vine. Buffalo, N. Y., C. H. 
De Vine. 182 

Copyright by Charles H. De Vine, 
Buffalo. X. Y. "1898, no. 39760, June 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Property (The) man. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker, 
[n.i.] 183 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., 
New York, 1898, no. 40479, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Recessional. AYords by Rudyard Kip- 
ling. Music by Jules Jordan. Provi- 
dence, R. I.. E.G. Billings. 184 
Copyright by J. Jordan, U. S. 1898, 
no. 39854, July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 
1, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Regularite (La). (Regularity.) Ga- 
votte, Six morceaux instructifs pour 
le piano. Par Gaston Dore. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Ilsen & co. [La recom- 
pense d'applicatiou.j 185 
Copyright by Ilsen & co., Cincinnati 
Ohio. 1898,no.40892, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Ring in the love of truth and right 
Words by Frances E. Willard. Music 
by H. H. Hayes. 186 

Copyright by Mrs. H. H. Hayes, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 41372, July 9. "2 copies 
rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Rock me to sleep in the old arm chair, 

187 
Copyright by Fannie Smith, U. S. 
1898. no. 41299, July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Rosie and Mamie, the bicycle girls 
Waltz-song and chorus. By Harry B. 
Marshall. Belle Vernon, Pa., J. G. 

Riddell. 188 

Copyright by John G. Riddell, Belle 
Vernon, Pa, 1898, no. 39203, June 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Rumiinisches schlummerlied. Kompo 
niert von Rudolph Kortenbach. op. 17. 
Ausgabe B. Fiir violiue uud harmo 
nium. Arranged by Richard Lange 
Berlin, Carl Simon. 189 

Copyright by C. Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many. Ib98, no. 40766, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Runaway (The) motor car. Written by 
Arthur Thomas. London, Francis, 

Day & Hunter. 190 

Copyright by Francis, Day tfc Hun- 
ter, Loudon. 1898, no. 40419, July 5 
2 copies rec'd July 2,1898. 

Schuetzen-Liesl. (Marksman's maiden.) 
March. Words by Alexander Schles 
inger. English version by Anna Irick. 
Music by Guenther Kiesewetter 
Hoboken, N. J., HarrvAppel music co. 

191 

Copyright by A. Schlesinger and G. 

Kiesewetter, Jersey City, X.J. 189*, 

no. 40070, July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 

2. 1898. 

Serenade. (La chanson de ma vie.) Song. 
French words by Th. de Banville. 
English version by R. H. Elkin. Mu- 
sic by H. Bember«£. no. 1 in F. New- 
York, Boosey & co. 192 
Copyright by Enoch & sons, London, 
England. 1898, no. 40430, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Serenade. (La chanson de ma vie.) Song. 
French words by Th. de Eauville. 
English version by E. H. Elkin. Mu- 
sic by H. Bemberg. no. 2 in G. New 
York, Boosey & co. 193 

Copyright by Boosey & co, New 
York. * 1898, no. 4043], July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5. 1898. 

Shine on! Written by Alfred J. Morris. 
Composed by Walter Tilbury. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Huuter. 194 
Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 40123, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Sleep, ma piccaninny. Plantation lull- 
aby. Words by "Perroquet." Musicby 
Spencer Dickinson. London, Charles 
Sheard & co. 195 

Copyright by Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 1898, no. 40042, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Slumber on. Song. Words by Doris 
Hill. Music composed by Eben Jack- 
son. Loudon, Houghton & co. 196 
Copyright bv Houghton & co., Lon- 
don, England.* 1898, no. 41245, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Smokv Sam. A characteristic two-step. 
By S. M. Eoberts. Philadelphia, M. 
D. Swisher. 197 

Copyright by M. D. Swisher, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 39296, June 28. 2 
copies re<_ ; d July 5, 1898. 

Some sweet day. Transcription by Cora 
Ellis. [Piano.] Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Ilsen & co. 198 

Copyright by Ilsen & co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. ' 1*98, no. 40914, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Sonatina all'antico. Fiir violine und 
klavier. Komponiert von Albert 
Fucks, op. 36. Berlin, Carl Simon. 
[Drei kleine sonaten. no. 2.] 199 

Copyright by C.Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 1898, no. 40768, July 7. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Sonatine in H moll. Fiir violine und 
klavier. Komponiert von Albert 
Fucks, op. 36. Berlin, Carl Simon. 

[Drei kleine sonaten. no. 3.] 200 

Copyright by C. Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 1898, no. 40778, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Sonatine in D dur. Fiir yioline und 
klavier. Komponiert von Albert 
Fuchs. op. 36. Berlin, Carl Simon. 
[Drei kleine sonaten. no. 1.] 201 

Copyright by C. Simon. Berlin, Ger- 
many. 1*9X, no. 40769, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Soug (A) of harvest. Words by Edward 
Teschemacher. Music by Florence 
Wickins. no. 1 in B-rlat. London, 
Boosey & co. 202 

Copyright by Boosey &. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 40428, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Sons of Columbia. By W. F. Leavitt, 

[n. i.] 203 

Copyright by American musical 

ass'n, Chicago. 1898, no. 40002, July 1. 

2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Standard (The) bearer march. By Ph. 
Fahrbach. Arranged by L. P. Lauren- 
dean. For band. New York, Carl 
Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 531.] 

204 
Copyright by C. Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 41351,' July 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 9, 1898. 

Star-spangled (.The) banner. Words by 
Francis Scott Key. Arranged by F. E. 
Howard, [n. L] 205 

Copy right by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41032, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Stiefmiitterchen. Idylle fiir das piano. 
Komponiert von Eichard Eilenberg. 
op. 211. Berlin, Eies & Erler. 206 

Copyright by Eies & Erler, Berlin, 
Germany. 1898, no. 40772, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Sunny skies. Song and dance. By Bert 
L. Billing's. Arranged for brass and 
reed band by Bert l! Billings. Cleve- 
land, Ohio, H. E. McMillen. 207 
Copyright by H. E. McMillen, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 1898, no. 39596, June 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Sweet clover. Words by Marion May. 
Music by Charles A. Gardner. Chi- 
cago, Meyer Sc bro. 208 
Copyright by Meyer & bro. and C. A. 
Gardner.' 1898, no! 38568, June 24. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Talk (The) of the town. Words by Harry 
C. Renchard. Music by Harry H. 
Zickel. 209 

Copyright by Zickel bros., Detroit, 
Mich.' 18 18, no. 11371. July 9. 2 copies 
rec'd July 9. L898. 

That brown-skin baby mine. Words 
and music by Sidney Perria. New 
York, M. Witmark A. 'sons. 210 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 10856, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 7. L898. 



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Titles — Continued, 

There's an isle. Male voices. Words by 
Palmer Hartsougk. Music by Fred. A. 
Fillmore. Cincinnati, Ohio, Fillmore 
bros. 211 

Copyright by Fillmore bros.. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898. no. 39167, June 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Thy love has been my guiding star. 
Song. Mezzo-soprano. Key of E flat. 
Words and music by Geo. E. Crafts. 
Dallas, Tex., Geo. E. Crafts. 212 

Copyright by G. E. Crafts, Dallas, 
Tex. 1898. no. 10189, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July'5, 1898. 

Thy Trill be done. Anthem. Words by 
Sckmolke. Music by E. K. Heyser. 
no. 21. Logansport, Ind., Home mu- 
sic co. [Home music journal, v. 7.] 

213 
Copyright by Home music co., Lo- 
gansport, Ind. ' 1898, no. 11371, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Topsy-turvy waltz. A musical curiosity. 
By J. Bodewalt Lampe. [Piano.] 
Buffalo, N. Y., The Lampe music co. 

211 
Copyright bv J. B. Lampe, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 1898, no, 39616, June 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2, 1898. 
Two piano pieces. Zwei clavier stiicke. 
Composed by Ed. Poldini. op. 21. no. 
1. \Yaltz. (Walzer.) New York, Ed. 
Schuberth & co. 215 

Copyright by Charles F.Tretbar, New 
York. 1898, no. 10931, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

op. 21. no. 2. Burlesque. (Burlesca.) 

New York, Ed. Schuberth & co. 216 
Copyright by Charles F.Tretbar, New 
York. 1898, no. 10935, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Varsity eight. Two-step. Composed by 
John D. Yhay and Fred Seymour. 
[Piano.] Detroit, Mich., Zickel 

bros. 217 

Copyright by Edward Liggett. De- 
troit, Mich. 1898, no. 30285, May 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Yier Idyllen. (Four idyls.) Fiir piano. 

Componirt von Ed. Poldini. opus 23. 

no. 1. G minor. Leipzig, C. Dieck- 

mann. 218 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 

New York. 1898, no. 10939, July 8. 2 

copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 
no. 2. D major. Leipzig, C. Dieck- 

mann. 219 

Copyrightbv Charles F. Tretbar, New 

York. 1898, no. 10938, July 8. 2 copies 

rec'd July 8, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Yier Idyllen. (Four idyls.) Fiir piano. 
Componirt von Ed. Poldini. Opus 23. 
no. 3. F sharp, minor. Leipzig, C. 
Dieckmann. 220 

Copyright bv Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 1898. no. 10936, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no.l. Amajor. Leipzig, C. Dieck- 
mann. 221 
Copyright bv Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 1898, no. 10937, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Waiting on the watch-tower. Words by 
Johnson Oatinan, jr. Music by Geo. 
Beaverson. 222 

Copyright bv G. Beaverson, Jersey 
City, N.J. 1898, no. 39987, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Walzer-Preludien. (Waltz preludes.) 
Fiir piano. Componirt von Ed. Poldini. 
opus. 21. no. 1. E llat minor. Leip- 
zig, C. Dieckmann. 223 
Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 1898, no. 10931, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 2. E flat major. Leipzig, C. 

Dieckmann. 221 

Copyright bv Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 1898, no. 10933, July 8. 2 
1898. 



Leipzig, C. Dieck- 

225 

Charles F. Tretbar, 

no. 10932, July 8. 2 

1898. 

minor, Leipzig, 
226 



copies rec'd July 

no. 3. B major. 

manu. 

Copyright by 
New York. 1898 ; 
copies rec'd July 8 

no. 4. F sharp 

C. Dieckmann. 

Copyright bv Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 1898, no. 10913, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

No. 5. F sharp major. Leipzig, 

C. Dieckmann. 227 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar. 
New York. 1898, no. 10911, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Walzer-suite. Fiiuf walzer. YonMoritz 
Moszkowski. op. 8. Fiir zwei klaviere 
zu acht hiinden. tJbertragen von Aug. 
Eeinhard. Berlin. Carl Simon. 228 
Copyright by Carl Simon, Berlin, 
Germany. 1898, no. 10770, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Warship (The) " Dixie." Words by Frank 
L. Stanton. Music bv a Maine girl. 

229 
Copyright by L. E. Granger, New 
York. * 1898. no' 10075, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

ffaa der niensch ist. Chemisch-koini- 
sches quartett fiir mannerstiimnen. 
Componirt von Adolf Kirchl. op. 45. 
Berlin, Ries & Erler. 230 

Copyright by Eies & Erler, Berlin, 
Germany. 1898, no. 40771, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

We fight to-morrow, mother. Song and 
chorus. Words and music by Paul 
Dresser. New York, Howley, Havi- 
land &, co. 231 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 41378, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

We have heard the cry of Cuba. Words 
composed by Kate Mills Fargo. Music 
by Maggie Walker Parsons. Mil- 
waukee, Wis., Wm. Roklting sons mu- 
sic co. 232 

Copyright by Mrs. K. M. Fargo, 
Lake Mills, Wis. 1898, no. 31151, May 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Were I a star. Song with piano accom- 
paniment. Composed by C. B. Hawley. 
Soprano or tenor, in G. New York, 
G. Schirmer. 233 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 40894, July 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 6, 1898. 

What is that without any hands ? Writ- 
ten by J. Tabrar. Composed by Geo. 
Le Brunn. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. 234 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1898, no. 40424, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

When I left old Egypt behind. Words 
by Johnson Oatmau, jr. Music by 
Geo. Beaverson. 235 

Copyright by G. Beaverson, Jersey- 
City, N. J. 1898, no. 39989, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

When the Maine went down. Song. 
Words and music by Alexander Mair. 
New York, K. Dehnhoff. 236 

Copyright by K. Dehnhoff, New York. 
1898, no. 39851, July 1. 2 copies rec'd 
July 1, 1898. 

Why? Words by Wildie Thayer. Music 
by Joseph W. Leach. In G flat. 
Lowell, Mass., Washington music co. 

237 
Copyright by J. W. Leach, U. S. 1898, 
no. 39396, June 29. 2 copies rec'd July 
9, 1898. 

Wise little owls. Words by R. A. Browne. 

Music by Ednard Hoist* 238 

Copyright by E. Witzmann & co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 1898, no. 41370, July 9. 

2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Yankee (The) message; or, Uncle Sam to 
Spain. Song and chorus. Words by 
Edward S. Ellis. Music by Chas. M. 
Hattersley. Trenton, N. J., Chas. M. 
Hattersley. 239 

Copyright by C. M. Hattersley, Tren- 
ton, N.J. 1898, no. 38346, June 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

2 e quatuor; pour 2 violons alto et 
violoncelle. Par Vincent d'lndy. op. 
45. Partition. Paris, A. Dnrand et 
fils, Paris, France. 240 

Copyright by A. Durand et tils, Paris. 



1898, no. 40764, July 
July 6, 1898. 



copies rec'd 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors, see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Bayou Sara and St. Francisville, W. Fe- 
liciana county, La. May, 1898. 1 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40014, 
July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Bird's-eye view, showing route from Bos- 
ton to Noruinbega park. 2 

Copyright by G. H. Walker & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 40607, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 



Boston bay (map of) and shore line . . 3 

Copyright by A. S. Burbank, Plym- 
outh, Mass. 1898, no. 39856, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 



Brewster, Putnam county. N. V. June, 
1898. 4 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co.. ltd., New York. 1898. no. 41104, 
July 8. 2 copies rec'd July S. 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Buckhannon, Upshur county, W. Va. 

June, 1898. 5 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New "York. 1898, no. 40904, 

July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Clinton, E. Feliciana parish, La. June, 

1898. 6 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40013, 

July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Conquest of Palestine. Map 4 7 

Copyright by Jerome Travis, Sagi- 
naw, East Side, Mich. 1898, no 40899, 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Dothen, Henry county, Ala. May, 1898. 

8 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40012, 
July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

El Paso, Woodford county, 111. May, 

1898. 9 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40011, 

July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Empire of David and Solomon. Map 7. 

10 
Copyright by Jerome Travis, Sagi- 
naw, East Side,' Mich. 1898, no. 40902, 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 
Gainesville, Hall county, Ga. May, 1898. 

11 
Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 39770, 
June 30. 2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Greenville, Butler county, Ala. June, 

1898. 12 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40905, 

July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Greenwood, Greenwood county, S. C. 

June, 1898. - 13 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898. no. 40005, 

July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Hico, Hamilton county, Tex. June, 1898. 

14 
Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., New York. * 1898. no. 40006, July 1. 
2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Journeys of Abraham. Map 1 15 

Copyright bv Jerome Travis, Sagi- 
naw East Side,' Mich. 1898, no. 40896, 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Journeys of Isaac and Jacob. Map 2.. 16 
Copyright by Jerome Travis, Sagi- 
naw, E. S., Mich. 1898, no. 40897, July 
7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Journey ings of Israel. Map 3 17 

Copyright by Jerome Travis, Sagi- 
naw, E, S., Mich. 1898, no. 40898, July 
7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

J Kingdom of Saul. Map 6 18 

Copyright bv Jerome Travis, Sagi- 
naw, E. S., Mich. 1898, no. 40901, July 
7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

I Kingdoms of Judah and Israel. Map 8. 

19 
Copyright by Jerome Travis, Sagi- 
naw, E. S., Mich. 1898, no. 40903, July 
7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

; La Harpe, Hancock county, 111. May 1, 

1898. ' 20 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New' York. 1898, no. 40007, 

July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

\ Lititz, Lancaster couutv, Pa. May. 1898. 

21 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., "ltd., New 'York. 1898, no. 4000*, 

July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Magnolia, Pike county, Miss. June, 

1898. 22 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40906, 

July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Map of Commonwealth avenue street 
railway co., and connecting lines, show- 
ing route to Norumbega park. 23 
Copyright by Geo. H. AYalker & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 40606, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898., 

Marathon, Cortland county, N. Y. May, 

1898. 24 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 39769, 

June 30. 2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

Mitchell, Davisou county, S. Dak. May, 

1898. 25 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New' York. 1898, no. 40015. 

July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Moravia, Cayuga county, N. Y. May, 

1898. 26 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 39768, 

June 30. 2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

New London, Wis. May, 1 898 27 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40016, 
July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898, 

Opelika, Lee county, Ala. May, 1898.. 28 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 39767, 
I June 30. 2 copies rec'd July 1, 1888. 



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MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Palestine under the judges. Map 5.. 29 
Copyright by Jerome Travis, Sagi- 
naw. E. S., Mich. 1898, no. 40900, July 
7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Redfield, Spink county, S. Dak. (Insur- 
ance maps of ). June, 1898. 30 
Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40010, 
July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Rye. Westchester county, N. Y. May, 

1898. 31 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40017, 

July 1. ' 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Santiago de Cuba. (Map of the seat of 
the war in the province of.) 32 

Copyright by J. L. Smith, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 39404, June 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Walterboro, Colleton county, S. C. June, 

1898. 33 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 41103, 

July 8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Washington, Tazewell county, 111. June, 
1898. 34 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40907. 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 



Weston, Lewis county, W. Va. 

1898. 



June, 
35 



Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40908, 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Wheaton, Du Page county, III. (Insurance 
maps of ). June, 1898. 36 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40009, 
July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Williston. Barnwell county, S. C. 

1898. 



June, 
37 



Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 40018, 
July 1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



VI. ENGRAVINGrS, GUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index to proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Accurate aim necessary 1 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 40285, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

American soldier repairing Cuban's gun. 

2 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 40912, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

* Andre (John) 3 

Copyright by Albert Rosenthal, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 39858, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Another proposed war tax 4 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1898, no. 40292, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Anxious to know 5 

Copyright by Keppler & Scb.wa.rz- 
mann,'New York. 1898, no. 40297, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 
Apparition de Clemence Isaure aux trou- 
badours. 11x19. 

Copyright by H. Martin, Paris. 1898, 
no. 40777, July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 
7, 1898. 



Appropriate (An) name 7 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 40294, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Atelier (L') de modiste. 12x16 8 

Copyright by P. Outin, Paris. 1898, 
no. 40776. July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 

7, 1898. 

Battle (The) of Guasimas, in which the 

Rough Riders won fame. 9 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett. 

New York. 1898, no. 41109. July 8. 2 

copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Brooklyn (A) scorcher 10 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 10300. July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6. 1898. 

C.F.L. Ladies' full figure 11 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40082, July 2. 2 

copies rec'd July 2. L898. 

C. F. M. Ladies' full figure 12 

Copyright by Standard lash ion co., 
New York. 1898.no. 40081, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2. 1898. 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

C.F. 0. Ladies' full figure 13 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40097, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

C.F.R. Ladies' full figure 14 

Copyright bv Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40096, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

C. F. S. Ladies' full figure 15 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40095, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

C.F.T. Ladies' full figure 16 

■> Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40094, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

C. F. W. Ladies' full figure 17 

Copyright bv Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40093, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

C. F. Y. Ladies' half figure 18 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40092, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

C.F. Z. Ladies' half figure 19 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40091, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

C. G. A. Ladies' half figure 20 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40090, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

C. G. B. Ladies' full figure 21 

Copyright bv Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40088, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

C.G. D. Misses' full figure 22 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40089, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

C. G. H. Girls' full figure 23 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40086, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Caline. 17x12 24 

Copyright by A. Wallet, Paris. 1898, 
no. 40774, July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 
1898. 

Chorus ( A) from the camp 25 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 40295, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 



Titles — Continued, 

Daughter (A) of Eye 26 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,' New York. 1898, no. 40290, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Earnest 27 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann^New York. 1898, no. 40283, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Effectiye promenade costume 28 

Copyright by S. M. Baldwin, New 
York. "1898. no. 23785, April 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

His willingness 29 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 40298, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Homeward bound 30 

Copyright by Albert Fries, New York. 
1898, no. 40303, July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 

Honesty the best policy 31 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann^ New York. 1898, no. 40284, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 18b8. 

In the surf 32 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun,' New York. 1898, no. 40281, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Incompetent (An) official 33 

Copyright by Kapler & Schwarz- 
mannV New York. 1898, no. 40282, 
July 6. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Johnson (N. Y. no. 8082). 8 sheet. . . . 34 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898. no. 33552. May 
31. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Jose (N. Y. no. 8081). 8 sheet 35 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 33558, May 
31. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Judge's puzzle pictures. 15th contest. 
Series 3. 36 

Copyright by Ark ell pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 40611, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Kendall (N. Y. no. 8074). 1 sheet.... 37 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 33560, May 
31. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Landing horses at Siboney 38 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 40910, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 7, 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Long (A) time affair 39 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
niann." New York. 1898, no. 40299, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Man (The) behind the gun will settle 

this war. 40 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 1898, no. 40279, July 

2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Map of railroad location. 254. 41 

Copyright bv Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898, no. 41035, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Milwaukee public library and museum. 

42 
Copyright by E. C. Kropp, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 1898, no. 40498, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

No reason 43 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 40288, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Novel (A) driving act at Baiquiri 44 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 40911, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 
Origin of Beethoven's moonlight sonata. 

45 
Copyright by A. F. Dengler, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 1898, no. 41304, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Peculiarity (A) of the finny tribe 46 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 40286, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Platting angles. 252 47 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898, no. 41034, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Prairie. 17x12 48 

Copyright by J. Dupie, Paris. 1898, 
no. 40775, July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 
7, 1898. 
Red Cross men under fire carrying a 
wounded officer from the field before 
Santiago. Feature cut 28, 1898. 49 

(Copyright bv American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 40278, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 181)8. 
Scare (A) head 50 

> Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,' New York. 1898, no. 40296, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 
* Shaw (Lemuel), Chief Justice of Massa- 
chusetts. 51 
Copyright bv Max Rosenthal, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 39860, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

3881— Vol. 16, No. 1 4 



Titles — Continued. 

Stand. N. Y. No. 8079. 28 sheet.... 52 
Copyright by Strobridge lithograph 
co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 33556, 
May 31. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Standard pattern, no. 4368. Girls' dress. 

53 
Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40098, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

no. 4369. Misses' dress 54 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40087, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

no. 4374. Girls' dress 55 

Copyright by Standard pattern co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40085, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

no. 4379. Ladies' costume 56 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40084, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

no. 4386. Ladies' shirt waist ... 57 

Copyright bv Standard fashion co. t 
New York. 1898, no. 40083, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Timely advice 58 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,*New York. 1898, no. 40289, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

'Tis but a Spanish dream 59 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 40610, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Too good to lose 60 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann/ New Y r ork. 1898, no. 40287, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

True (A) sport 61 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 40291, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Two ways out 62 

Copyright bv Keppler *£ Schwar/- 
mann,' New York. 1898, no. 40280, J ul v 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Uncle Sam : I didn't know I liked melon 
so well. 63 

Copyright by Arkell pub. CO., New 
York/ 1898, no. 40608, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5,1898. 

Very simple 64 

Copyright by Keppler A. Schwara- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 10293. July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 6. 1898. 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



We're a-coniiug, Hobson 65 Worse than Baxter street 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 40609. July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd J uly 5, 1898. 



6* 



Copyright by Keppler <fc Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 40301, Julv 
2. 2 copies rec'd Julv 6. 1898. 



When the "Maine " went down 66 

Copyright by K. Dehnhoff, New York. 
18J8. no. 39861, July 1. 2 copies rec'd 
July 1, 1898. 

Why kill each other? This kind of war- 
fare is better, although more dangerous. 

67 
Copyright bv Life pab. co., New 
York. 1898, no'. 40612, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 



Wyckoff (Walter A.) A portrait. [Sup- 
plement to Literature, July 6, 1898.] 

69 
Copvright by Harper &, bros., New 
York. * 1898, no. 40699, July 6. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Julv 7, 1898. 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Battle of Manila. May 1, 1898. 10 x 12. 

1 
Copyright bv Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 41305, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Colored fashion plate, no. 1. Illustra- 
ting figs. 1 and 2. From the Designer, 
Aug., 1898. 2 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40100, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

no. 2. Illustrating figs. 3 and 4. 

From the Designer, Aug., 1898. 3 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40101, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd Jul}' 2, 189s. 

on first cover page of the Designer, 

Aug., 1898. 4 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40102, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Commodore (The). 2d act naval drama, 
representing gunboat in action. 5 

Copyright by Greve litho. co., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 1898. no. 31869, May 23. 
1 copy rec'd May 23. 1898. 1 copv rec'd 
July 5, 1898. 

Dewey's victory. 20 x 30 6 

Copyright by National litho. pub. co., 
Newport, Ky. 1898, no. 29158, May 10. 
1 copy rec'd May 14. 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 7, 1898. 

Figure. 3-sheet. N. Y. no. 7979 7 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. Ohio. 1898, no. 25833, Apr. 
25. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 25, 1898. 



Frisco line. C no. 1863. 12sheet....8 
Copyright bv Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 39863. July 
1. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Gilmore and Leonard's Hogan's alley. 

no. 6297. "It's awful fresh." 9 

Copvright bv H. C. Miner litho. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 40503, July 5. 2 

copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Henderson's succession collection, the 

cream of strawberries. 10 

Copyright bv P. Henderson & co., 

New York. 1898, no. 40099, July 2. 2 

copies rec'd July 2. 1898. 

Johnson. N. Y., no. 8093. $ sheet.... 11 

Copyright by Strobridue litho. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 34413, June 

4. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Jos6. N. Y., no. 8092. i sheet 12 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 34412, June 
. 4. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

no.8094. 3 sheet 13 

Copvright by Strobridge litho. co. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 34414, June 
4. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898, 

May Howard extravaganza. 6354. The 
Ladies' alimony club. h 

Copvright bv H. C. Miner litho. co. 
New York. 1898. no. 40500, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5. 1898. 

Primrose and Dockstader's great Ameri- 
can minstrels, no. 6370. 1 sheet. 1, 
Copyright by H. C. Miner litho. co 
New York. 1898, no. 40501, July 5. 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 



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CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS-Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Rays (The)'' in "A hot old time." no. 

6183. 1 sheet, 16 

Copyright by H. C. Miner litho. co., 

Xew York. 1898, no. 40502, July 5. 2 

copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Shatter (Maj . Gen. Wm. R. ) 17 

Copyright by Thayer & Jackson sta- 
tioners' co., Chicago. 1898, no. 41307, 
July 9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sigsbee (Capt.C.D.) 18 

Copyright by Thayer & Jackson sta- 
tionery co., Chicago. 1898, no. 41306, 
July 9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, " " 



U. S. harbor-defense ram "Katahdin." 

19 
Copyright by Geo. H. Walker, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 39785, June 30. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Abel. By Dupre. Pitti palace gallery, 
Florence, Italy. 5010. 1 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood. New York. 1898, no. 40376, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Academy of art, Munich, Germany. 5110. 

2 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40361, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Arches (The) of the Loggia. Florence, 
Italy. (Greatly admired by Michael 
Angelo.) 5053. 3 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40347, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Ariadne of Naxos. 157 4 

Copyright bv Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40193, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Bacchus and Ainpelus, Uffizi gallery, 
Florence, Italy. 5019. 5 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40371, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Battery of light artillery en route. 154. 

6 
Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40168, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Bay (The) of Baije from Pozzuoli. 



123. 

7 



Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40157, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

Behind the footlights. 81 8 



Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia, 1898. no. 401*4, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Bell (The) buoy. Newport, R. I. 114 .. 9 
Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40151, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Bird's-eye view of the army transports for 

Santiago. Tampa. 10 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41153, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Birth (The) of Venus. 18 11 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40112, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Breton (A) peasant. 32 12 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40118, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Bride (The) of the sea. A view from the 
Campanile, Venice, Italy. 5080. 13 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40316, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Bridge of sighs, Venice, Italy. Between 
a palace and a prison. 5082. 14 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40327, Jul v 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Brig. Gen. Adna R. Chaffee and staff. 15 
Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898. no. 41179, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Bringing in the night rovers. 96 16 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia, 1898, no. 40115. July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Brook (The). 33 17 

Copyright by Penn, academy ot' fine 
arts. Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40119. July 

2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Cfesar Borgia and Macchiavelli. 52.. 18 
Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts. Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40180, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Cain. By Dupre. Pitti palace gallery, 
Florence, Italy. 5051. 19 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40331, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Calling the roll after pillage. 161 . . 20 
Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts. * 1898, no! 40171, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd May 23, 1898. 

Camp of the Second Illinois volunteers, 

Jacksonville, Fla., U. S. A. 21 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41180, July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 2 22 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wvrnan, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41207^ July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Campanile (The) and Ducal palace, 
Venice, Italy. 5060. 23 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40356, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Canova's Venus. Pitti palace gallery, 
Florence, Italy. 5052. 24 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40321, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Capitol (The) at Washington 25 

Copyright bv Detroit photographic 
co. , Detroit, Mich. 1898, no. 40400, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Capitol (/.The) from Library steps 26 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit, Mich. 1898, no, 40397, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Cascades (The) at Linderhof, Koyal 
palace, Bavaria, Germany. 5112. 27 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40362, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Castle Linderhof, Bavaria, Germany. 
King Lud wig's little jewel in the Alps. 

5114. 28 
Copyright by Underwood &. Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40363, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Castle Linderhof, the favorite retreat of 
King Ludwig II, Bavaria, Germany. 

5115. 29 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40310, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 



"Cavalier (A). 117 30 

Copyright by Penn. academy of tine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40154, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

Cavalier waiting an audience. 91 31 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40187, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Chaplain Brown of the " Rough Riders" 

preaching to the regiment. 32 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41157, July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Charge of the 9th regiment of cuir- 
rassiers, village of Mors- Broun, day 
of battle of Reichshoffen, Aug. 6, 1870. 
37. 33 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40123, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Chrysanthemums — 500 varieties, no. 2. 

34 
Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41211, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Co. E street, " Rough Riders" camp, 
Tampa, U. S. A. 35 

Copyright by Strohmeyer &, Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41181, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 
Col. Leonard Wood of the " Rough 
Riders." 36 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41190, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 
Col. Wm. Astor Chanler at the front. 37 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41198, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 
Col. Wm. Wherry, commanding 2d U. S. 
infantry. 38 

Copyright by Strohme\er <fc Wy- 
man, Montclair', N. J. 1898, no. 41165, 
July 8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 
" Concho" (The) carrying two regiments 
of regulars to Santiago de Cuba. 39 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wy- 
man, Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41174, 
July 8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

* Contemplation. 174 40 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40173, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 
Corridor in the Uffizi gallery, Florence, 
Italy. 5017. 41 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898. no. 40372, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



* Council (The) bouse. Grenada. 50. 42 
Copyright bv Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40128, 
July 2. 2 copies reed May 23, 1898. 

Count of Turin, Italy, no. 1 43 

Copyright by Gutekunst (F.), Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 38023, June 21. 2 
copies ree'd July 5, 1898. 

no.2 44 

Copyright by F. Gutekunst, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 38024, June 21. 2 
copies ree'd July 5, 1898. 

Crossing the ford. 153 45 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40167, 
July 2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 

Crowd in front of Government building 
waiting for Hon. W. J. Bryan, opening j 
day, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 46 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wy- 
mau, Montclah-, N. J. 1898, no. 41137, 
July 8. 2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. 

*"Cuba libre" 47 

Copyright by F. W. Gueriu, St. Louis, 
Mo. 1898, no.' 28435, May 6. 2 copies 
ree'd May 6, 1898. 

Dancing (The) faun; restored by Mi- 
chael Angelo, Tribuna, Uffizi gal- 
lery, Florence, Italy. 5016. 48 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40373, July 
2. 2 copies ree'd July 2. 1898. 

Dash (A) through the water. Cavalry j 
horses. Camp Tampa, U. S. A. 49 J 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
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Dock at Tampa on the day of sailing for 

Santiago de Cuba. no. 3. 54 

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Montclair, N.J. 1898, no. 41209, July 8. 

2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 4 55 



50 

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July 2. 2 copies ree'd May 27, 1898. 

* Departure (The) of the Rouen dili- 
gence. 75. 51 
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arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40139, 
July 2. 2 copies ree'd May 27, 1898. 

Dock at Tampa on the day of sailiug for 

Santiago de Cuba. 52 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41156, July 8. 

2 copies ree'd J uly 8, 1898. 

no.2 53 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898. no. 11208, July8. 
2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. 



Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41210, July 8. 
2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. 

Doge's palace, St. Mark's church and 
clock tower; from the place of execu- 
tion, Venice, Italy. 5075. 56 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, "New York. 1898, no. 40329, July 
2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 

Dressing the bride, nos. 1-2 57-58 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41150-41151, 
July 8. 2 copies each ree'd J uly 8, 1898. 

Ducal (The) palace pillar, Drunkenness 
of Noah, and Bridge of Sighs, Venice, 
Italy. 5068. 59 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40324, July 
2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 

Duomo (The), ''the very great heart'' of 
Florence, Italy. (A. D. 1296-1462.) 
5001. 60 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40383, Jnlv 
2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 

Eighth U. S. infantry ready to embark for 

Cuba. 61 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41170, July 8. 

2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. 

Fantasie. 110 62 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 10190, 
July 2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 

Farewell to our heroes in blue — off for 

Santiago de Cuba. 63 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. j. 1898. no. 41171, July 8. 

2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. 

* Farm (The) at Barbison. 116 64 

Copyright bv Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. ISPS. no. 40153, 
July 2. 2 copies reo'd .May 27. 1898. 

Feeding the doves in front of San Marco. 
Venice, Italy. 5064. 65 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40323, .1 uly 
2. 2 copies reo'd Jnly 2, L898, 



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Titles — Continued. 

Feeding the doves in front of San Marco, 
Venice, Italy. 5065. 66 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood/New York. 1898, no. 40322, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

5066 67 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood, 'New York. 1898, no. 40325, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Figure on Medici tomb, by Michael An- 
gelo. New sacristy, Florence, Italy. 
5032. 68 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40339, Julv 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Fine arts building, Trans-Mississippi 

exposition. Omaha, Nebr. no. 1. 69 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41112, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 2 70 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41113, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

* Finish (The). 59 71 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 18U8, no. 40131, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

Fireworks display. Trans-Mississippi 

exposition, no. 1. 72 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41124, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 2 73 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman. 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41125, July 8'. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Flight (The) of night 74 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40181, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Florence, Italy; flower of all cities, 
city of all flowers. From San Miniato. 
5045. 75 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40334, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

The lily of Arno; looking from San 

Miniato. 5048. 76 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood. New York. 1898. no. 40333, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Fontaineblean. 39 77 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40124, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Fountains in front of Government build- 
ing, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 78 
Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41118, Julv 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

( Fox hunt. 69 79 

Copyright by Penn. academy of tine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40137, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

! Frauen (The) kirche, Niirnberg, Bavaria, 

Germany. 5086. 80 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 

wood'/New York. 1898, no. 40359, July 

2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Ganymede, Jove's cupbearer. 118... 81 
Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40191, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

General view of the court, from the east, 

Trans-Mississippi exposition. 82 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J . 1898, no. 41131, J uly 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8. 

from the Government building, 

Trans-Mississippi exposition. 83 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman, 

Montclair, N. J . 1898, no. 41127, J uly 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

General view of the "Rough Eiders'" 

camp at Tampa, U. S. A. 84 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J . 1898, no. 41184, J uly 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Girl with white cap. 71 85 

Copyright bv Penn. academv of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40182, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Glimpse in the Pitti palace gallery, Flor- 
ence, Italy, showing Raphael's famous 
Madonna. 5003. 86 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40381, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Governor Holcomb, of Nebraska, making 
the opening address, Trans-Mississippi 
exposition. 87 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J . 1898, no. 41122, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no.l 88 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman. 
Montclair. N. J. 1898, no. 41141, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 2 89 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, ^ . J. 1898. no. 41142, J uly 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 



00 



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Titles — Continued. 

Government (The) building and Lagoon, 
from the Mines and mining building, 
Trans-Miss, exposition. 90 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvnian, 
Montclair, N. J . 1898, no. 41136, J ulv 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Grand (The) canal, Venice, Italy. 5056. 

91 
Copyright by Underwood &■ Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40351, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2. 1898. 

5056 A 92 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, Xew York. 1898, no. 40352, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Great (The) oak of Ornans. 24 93 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no\ 40117, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Guardian (The). 58 94 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40130, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

Hagar and Ishmael. 166 95 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts. Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40195, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Hailing the ferry. 80 96 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 

arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40183, 

July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Hall of Komaus, Glvptothek, Munich, 

Germany. 5042../. 97 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40336, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Halt (The). 120 98 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40155, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 
*Halt (The) in the desert. 51 99 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40127, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 
Herd (The). 159 100 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40170, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Highland sheep. 9 101 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40108, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

Horticultural (The) building. Trans- 
Miss, exposition, no. 1. 102 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1S98. no. 41120, Julv 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8. 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Horticultural (The) building. Trans- 
Miss, exposition. North front, no. 2. 

103 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41126, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Hunting 104 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1898, no. 35928, June 11. 1 copy rec'd 
June 11, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Illinois (The) state building, Trans- 
Miss, exposition, Omaha, Nebr. 105 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41115, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

* In the country. 121 106 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40156, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

In the ''streets of all nations." Trans- 
Miss, exposition, no. 1. 107 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41148, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 2 108 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41149, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 3 109 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41152, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Interior of Horticultural building, Cali- 
fornia fruit exhibit, Trans-Miss. Expo. 

110 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. j\ 1898, no. 41133, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 
Karisplatz and the new courts of justice, 
Munich, Germany. 5104. Ill 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40367. J uly 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 
King Ludwig's Peep into paradise. Bto- 
henschwanganandthe Alp-see. l>a\ aria. 
Germany. 5122. 112 

Copyright by Underwood A (Judor- 
wood,New York. L898, no. 40306, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, L898. 

Lady with the white shawl. 10 L13 

Copyright 0v Penn. academy of tine 
arts. Philadelphia. 189S. no. 40110, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, L898. 
• Landscape. C. F. Daubigny. 35. 114 
Copyright bv Penn. academy of tine 
arts. Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40121, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, L898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

* Landscape. J. C. Cazin. 19 115 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no\ 40113. 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

* J. B. C. Corot. 23 116 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no'. 40116, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

P. D. Tronillebert. 152 117 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia 1898, no. 40166, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Landscape and cattle. 8 118 

Copyright b} T Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no'. 40107. 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Landscape and sheep. 77 119 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40140, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

Largest (The) hop market in the world, 
Niirnberg, Bavaria, Germany. 5084. 

120 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40326. July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Last (The) home drill. Seventy -first 
New York volunteers, day of sailing 
for Santiago de Cuba. 121 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyinan, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41154, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Last (A) letter home. Off for Cuba to- 
morrow. 122 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41191, July 
8. 2 copies received July 8, 1898. 

"Leona" (The) carrying our brave boys 
to drive Spaniards from Santiago de 
Cuba. 123 

Copyright by Strohmeye l & Wyman, 
Montclair, N.J. 1898, no. 41155, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Lieut. Col. Roosevelt, Richard Harding 
Davis, Stephen Bonsall, and Major 
Dunn. 124 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41162, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Lieut. Col. Theo. Roosevelt and Richard 

Harding Davis. 125 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41159, July 

8. 2 copies received Julv 8, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lieut. Col. Roosevelt of the "Rough 

Riders. " 126 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41166, July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Linderhof, the home of an Artist king 
(Ludwig II 1 ). Bavarian Alps, Ger- 
many. 2125^ 127 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40307, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

5118 128 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood,'New York. 1898, no. 40309, July 
2. 2 copies received July 2, 1898. 

Lion (The) of Venice, Italy. 5078.. 129 
Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40317, J uly 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Little (The) rogue. 93 130 

Copyright by Pennsylvania academy 
of fine arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 
40188, July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 

1898. 

Long and short of Co. K, and New Jersey- 
volunteers, Jacksonville, Fla., U. S. A. 

131 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41182, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Looking east from Liberal arts building, 

Trans-Mississippi exposition. 132 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41144', July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Looking through colonnade toward Lib- 
eral arts building, Trans-Mississippi 
exposition. 133 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 
Montclair. N. J. 1898, no. 41128^ July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Machinery (The) and Electricity build- 
ing, Trans - Mississippi exposition, 
Omaha, Nebr. no. 1. 134 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41114; July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 2 135 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41116, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 
Madam Le Brun, by herself, and cele- 
brated Medici vase, Uffizi gallery, Flor- 
ence, Italy. 5047. 136 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood.' New Y T ork. 1898, no. 40332, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Maj. Gen. Miles and army transports, 

sailing day, Tampa, U. S. A. 137 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wynian, 

Montclair. X. J. 1898, no. 41172, July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Maj. Gen. Miles and foreign military 

attaches, Tampa, II. S. A. 138 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair. N. J. 1898, no. 41161, July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Maj. Gen. Miles and staff. At the front. 

139 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41188, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 2 140 



Copyright by Strohmeyer &. Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41201, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Maj. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, commander of 

the United States armies, no. 1. 141 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41164, July 8. 

2 copies rec*d July 8, 1898. 



no. 2 



142 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41204, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Maj. Gen. (Fighting Joe) Wheeler, the 

famous Confederate cavalryman. 143 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, X. J. 1898, no. 41186, J uly 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 



no. 2 144 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, X. J. 1898, no. 41205, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Maj. Gen. (Fighting Joe) Wheeler, Col. 

Wood, and Major Brodie. 145 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 

Montclair, X. J. 1898, no. 41193, Jnlv8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8. 1*98. 

Maj. Gen. (Fighting Joe) Wheeler, Col. 
Wood, Lieut. Col. Roosevelt, Maj. 
Brodie, Maj. Dunn, and Chaplain 
Brown. 146 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41163, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Maj. Gen. Shatter, commander of the 
army of invasion at Santiago <le Cuba. 
no. i. 147 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman, 
Montclair, X. J. 1898, no. 41167, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8. 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Maj. Gen. Shafter, commander of the 
army of invasion at Santiago de Cuba. 
no. 2. 148 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, X. J . 1898, no. 41206, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Maj. Gen. Shafter, commanding the first 

expedition to Cuba. 149 

Copyright by Strohmeyer &, Wyman, 

Montclair, X. J. 1898, no. 41195, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Manufacturers' (The) building, Trans- 
Mississippi exposition. 150 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, X. J. 1898, no. 41132, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Marien platz and the ancient, pinnacled 
Rathaus (A. D. 1365) Munich, Ger- 
many. 5107. 151 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood,Xew York. 1898, no. 40366, Julv 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Masked ball at the opera house. 72. 

152 

Copyright bv Penn. academy of line 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40138, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

♦Masqne (The). 21 153 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40114. 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

* Maternal affection. 92 154 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40142, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

* Meditation. 10 155 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40109. 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

i Michael Angelo's David, academy, Flor- 
ence, Italy. Work of his youth, pride 
of his old" age. 5026. L56 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 189S. no. 40344, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

5027 157 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898. no. 40343, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Michael Angelo's Moses, in San Pietro, 
in Vinooli, Rome, Italy. 158 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 189S.no. L0337, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, L898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Michael Angelo's unfinished torah of 
Giuliano de Medici, Florence, Italy. 
5031. 159 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40340, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Michael Angelo's unfinished tomb of 
Lorenzo de Medici, Florence. Italy. 
5030. 160 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood/New York. 1898, no. 40341, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

"Midway" (The), from Administration 
building, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 

161 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, X. J . 1898, no. 41117, J uly 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Misplaced (The) thumb. Promenade 
platz, Munich. Germany. (Wittels- 
bach.) 5103. ' 162 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- ' 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40312, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

" Moorish dancing girl. 175 163 i 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898. no. 40174, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

* Moorland (The). 41 164 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40126, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

More light 165 

Copyright by Cereal machine co., 
Worcester, Mass. 1898, no. 39071, June 
27. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

* Morning (The) lesson. 17 166 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
aats. Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40111, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

Mt. Hood from Oregonian building.. 167 
Copyright by Herbert A. Hale. Port 
land, Oreg. 1898, no. 40756, July 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Napoleon. ByCauova. Pitti gallery, Flor- 
ence, Italy. 5009. 168 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40378, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Nebraska (The) state building, Trans- I 
Mississippi exposition. 169 

Copyright by Strohmeyer v.V: Wyman. 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41121, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 



Titles — Continued. 

Neuschwanstein from the heights, Bava- 
rian Alps, Germany. Magnificent cre- 
ation of unfortunate King Ludwig II. 
5120. 170 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40308, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* New England (A) woman. 6 171 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no'. 40105, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

New (The) Rathaus, Munich, Germauv, 
5108. 172 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40315, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

New York millionaires of Roosevelt's 

"Rough riders." 173 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41192, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Ninth U. S. cavalry — dismount 174 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer &■ YVvman. 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41188,' July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Niobe protecting her child. By Praxi- 
teles ( ?). Uffizi gallery, Florence, Italy. 
5043. 175 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40338, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

North side of the court, Trans-Missis- 
sippi exposition. 176 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41129, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

November. 156 177 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40169, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Nuns. 57 178 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40129, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

Nurnberg the Ancient, Bavaria, Ger- 
many. 5098. 179 
Copyright by Underwood o: Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40369, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Off with our boys to Cuba. The fleet 
from deck of the transport Yigilancia. 

180 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41189, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



"Old ocean" 181 Opening exercises at the Government 

Copyright bv Woodbury E. Hunt, building, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 

Concord, N. H. 1898, no. 39866, July 1. 193 

2 copies ree'd July 1, 1898. Copyright by Strohrneyer & Wyman, 

Montclair,N.J. 1898, no. 41143, July 8. 

On the borders of the marsh. 108. .. 182 ; 2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. 

Copyright by Penn. academy Of -fine Q weU _ known stereoscopic photogra- 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898 no 40149, her H A strolillievel , & ail t et court- 
July 2. 2 copies rec d July 2, 1898. mar tialed by his army friends. 194 

On the lookout. 173 183 Copyright by Strohrneyer & Wyman, 

Copyright bv Penn. academy of line Montclair, N.J. 1898, no. 41169, July 8. 

arts, 'Philadelphia. 1898. no. 40172, 2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. 

July 2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. j Palace of the Doge, from the canal, 

„ ,. - u T . . „ T T> „ . Venice, Italy. 5069. 195 

On the St. John river, N.B. 82 184 _, '. _ f , TT . _ TT . 

...._, . ,, Copyright by underwood & Under- 
Copyright by Penn. academy of fine wood, New York. 1898, no. 40348, July 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no 401&>, 2 . 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 
July 2. 2 conies reed July 2, 1898. v J ' 

On the U. S. skirmish line. Ready for ~ ".''" ,'"'"S' "''"'"' 

the enemy, no. 1. 185 C °Pv g v 3 i ' n ?S« W i^ --"ft"" 

„ . , n wood, New York. 1898, no. 403o/, July 

Uopynght by Strohrneyer & Wyman, 2 . 2 copies ree'd July 2, 18! 8. 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41197. July 8. 

2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. ; Palazzo Ca' d'Oro, Grand canal, the 

mediaeval home of a merchant of 
no. 2 186 Venice, Italy. 5057. 197 

Copyright by Strohrneyer & Wyman, Copyright by Underwood & Under- 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41199, July S. wood, New York. 1898, no. 40353, July 

2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. 2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 

One of the old round towers in the walls Palazzo Vecchio aud Piazza delln Sig- 

of ancient Niirnberg, Germany. 5094 | noria, where Savonarola was inipris- 

187 ; oned and burned, Florence, Italy. 5007. 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 198 

wood, New York. 1898, no. 40370, July Copyright by Underwood & Under- 

2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. wood, New York. 1898, no. 40379, July 

2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 

One of the 150 canals in Venice, Italy. T . _ ' „__ 

5059. 188 I* Peasant girl. 94 199 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- ! Co ?j? r . i 1 gl i t . b ?- Pel ! , ^S Cade S5'.S f T fi ? 6 

wood, New York. 1898, no. 40355, July i arts > Philadelphia. 1898, no.40143, July 

2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. * 2 - 2 copies ree'd May 27, 1898. 

r, . . L ^ ., „ , Pediment group from Argina temple, 

Opening exercises at the east end of the Greece ( f th c l entnTy B . C.) GJvpto- 

court, irans- Mississippi exposition thek, Munich, Germany. 5102. ' 200 

Copyright by Strohrneyer & Wyman, Copyright by Underwood & Under- 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41138, July 8. J voo f Ne . w * ork ; , 1 1 898 ' " '£>^> •' »!>' 

2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. 2 ' 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 

no. 2 190 P° r * a del la Carta, grand entrance, ducal 

ri •"wV'cV". „""'" palace, Venice, Italy. 5071. 201 

Copyright by Strohrneyer & Wyman, „ . ... . T ' . ., TT , 

Montclair, N.J. 1S98, no. 41U0. July 8 Copyright by I merwood & • Under- 

2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. ' wood,New York. 1898, no. 40346, July 

J 2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 

no - 3 191 Portrait of a lad v. 90 202 

Copyright by Strohrneyer & Wyman, Copyright by Penn. academy o\ tine 

Montclair. N J. 1898, no. 41139, July 8. arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 10141, 

2 copies reed July 8, 1898. thlly 2 . 2 copies ree'd May 23, L8! 8. 

110.4 192 a woman in a hood. 158 203 

Copyright by Strohrneyer & Wyman, Copyright by Penn. academy of tine 

Montclair, N.J. 1898, no. 41 123, July 8. arts. 'Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40194, 

2 copies ree'd July 8, 1898. July 2. 2 copies ree'd July 2, 1898. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 






Titles — Continued. 

* Portrait of Eliza Leslie. 142 204 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40165, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

* Elizabeth Bordley. 126 205 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1>98, no. 40159, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

* Frances Anne Kemble. 141 .. 206 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40164. July 
2. 2 copies rec/d May 27, 1898. 

George Frederick Cooke as Richard 

III. 140. 207 

Copyright by Penn. academy of line 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40163, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Helen Modjeska Chlapowski. 34. 

208 
Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40120. July 
2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

* Hon. Richard Vaux. 67 209 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40135, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

* John Nixon. 128 210 

Copyright by Penn. academv of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40161, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

Mrs. Richard Peters, jr. 129 21 1 

Copyright by Penn. academv of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898. no. 40162, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

Mrs. Samuel Blodgett. 125 212 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 189*. no. 40158, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

Mrs. William Jackson. 127 213 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts. Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40160, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27. 1898. 

the artist— C. W. Peale. 106. . . 214 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40148, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

the artist — Rembrandt Peale. .. 215 

Copyright bv Penn. academy of fine 
arts. Philadelphia. 1898. no\ 40189, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Potato (The) harvest. 11 216 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40175, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

President McKinley at his desk in the 
White House, Washington. U. S. A. 

217 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Moutclai'r, N. J. 1898, no. 41145. jnlv 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Quaint (The) old walls of Nurnberg, 
Bavaria, Germany. 5092. 218 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40313, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Rainy (The) day. 97 219 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40146, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Ramblers (The). 38 220 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40179, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

In the Loggia 



i 



Rape (The) of Polyxena. 
Florence, Italy. 5054. 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood, 'New York. 1898, no. 40349, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

*Regina. 64 222 

Convriuht by Penn. academy of fine 
arts," Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40132, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

* Return (The) of the flock. 95 223 

Copyright by Penn. academv of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40144, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

Revelation. 172 224 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40197, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Rialto (The). Grand canal, Venice, Italy. 
5076. 225 

Copyright by Underwood &■ Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40318, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Right (The) Hon. William Ewart Glad- 
stone at Downing street. 66. 226 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40134, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 27, 1898 

River Pegnitz and the ancient Fleisch- 

bruck,Niirnberg, Germany. 5095. 227 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 

wood, New York. 1898, no. 4C360, July 

2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Roman youth. 26 228 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40177, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Room for one more. Williams canyon, 

Colorado, U.S.A. no. 2. 229 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montc'lair, N. J. 1898, no* 41212, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 3 230 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 
Moutclair, X. J. 1898, no. 41213, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Roosevelt's "Rough Riders'' in camp. 

Tampa, U. S. A. 231 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montc'lair, N. J. 1898. no. 41187, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

" Rough Riders" tilling belts with car- 
tridges. 232 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montc'lair, N. J. 1898, no. 41177, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

''Rough Riders." Three cheers for Hob- 
son ! 233 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montc'lair, N. J. 1898, no. 41178, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Roumanian lady. 5 234 

Copyright by Penu. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898. no. 40104, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Royal castle, Neuschwanstein, Bavarian 
Alps, Germany, 5113. 235 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40314, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

San Marco, Venice, Italy. An oriental 
poem in marble, mosaic, and gold. 5062. 

236 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40358, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

5062 A 237 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40319, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

5062 B 238 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood,' New York. 1898, no. 40320, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Santa Maria della Salute, Grand canal, 

Venice, Italy. 5055. 239 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 

wood/New York. 1898, no. 40350, July 

2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Sea gulls on the Pacific ocean 240 

Copyright by Strohmeyer *fe Wyman, 
Montc'lair, N/j. 1898, no. 41147, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Serpentine (A) by-way, Venice, Italy. 
5071. 241 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40330, J uly 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Seventy- first N. Y. volunteers on the dock, 
dav of sailing from Tampa, U. S. A. 

242 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montc'lair, N. J. 1898, no. 41176, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Shandaken and Big Indian valleys, from 

Rose mountain. 243 

Copyright by C. E. Bolles, Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 1898, no. 41219, July 8. 2 copies 

rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Shoot (The). Sutro baths, San Francisco, 

Cal. 244 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41146, July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Skirmish line entrenchment. Preparing 

for the enemy, no. 1. 245 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41175, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

no. 2 246 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41202, julv 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Soldiers' home, Washington 247 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit, Mich. 1898, no. 40399. July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Sophia Western. 86 248 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia, 1898, no. 40i86, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

South (The) arch, from Administration 
building. Trans-Mississippi exposition. 

249 
Copyright by Strohmeyer A: Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no'. 41130, J uly 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

South (The) arch, Trans - Mississippi 

building. 250 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman. 
Montclair, N. J. 1S9S. no'. 4 1135, July S. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

South side of the Horticultural building. 

Trans-Mississippi exposition. -51 

Copyrightby Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898. no. 1 1119, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 



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photographs-continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Statue of Bavaria and Hall of fame, 
Munich, Germany. 5106. 252 

Copvriglit by Underwood & Under- 
wood. New York. 1898, no. 40365. July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Statue of King Ludwigll, in his secluded 
gardens at Linderhof, Bavaria, Ger- 
many. 5116. 253 
Copyright by Underwood &. Under- 
wood, New York. 1898. no. 10361, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Stooping (The) giant of Bologna. Dante. 
Leaning feudal towers. (1109.) Italy. 
5005. 254 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40380, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Summer (The) stroll. 7 255 

Copyright bv Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 10106, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

Supplication (The). 27 256 

Copyright bv Penn. academy of tine 
arts, Philadelphia, 1898, no. 40178, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Surprise (A) in the environs of Metz. 

102. 257 

Copyright bv Penn. academy of tine 

arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40147, 

July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Thorny (The) path. 25 258 

Copyright bv Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898. no. 40L76, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Three (The) beggars of Cordova. 167 

259 
Copyright bv Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898. no. 40196, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Toilet (The) of Venus. 40 260 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40125, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2. 1898. 

Tojetti fresco. 1, 2, 3, and 4 261-264 

Copyright bv Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit, Mich. 1898, nos. 40393- 
40396. July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 
2. 1898. 

Tomb (The) of Galileo, church of Santa 

Croce, Florence, Italy. 5013 265 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, Xew York. 1898, no. 40375, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Tomb of Michael Angelo, the great mas- 
ter, church of Santa Croce, Florence, 
Italy. 5012. 266 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood/New York. 1898, no. 40377 July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Tribuna (The), with some of its gems of 
art. Uffizi gallery, Florence, Italy. 
5002. 267 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood,"Kew York. 1898. no. 40382, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2. 1898. 

Troop B, 3d U. S. cavalry, as infantry 

for Cuban invasion. 268 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41158, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Troop D of the "Rough Riders" as they 

went into Cuba. 269 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wvman, 

Montclair. N. J. 1898, no. 41168, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Troop H, Capt. Curry, "Rough Riders." 
no. 1. 270 

Copyright by strohmeyer & Wvman, 
Montclair. X. .1 . 1898, no. 41160, July 8. 
2 copies rec"d July 8, 1898. 



no. 2 271 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman, 
Montclair, N. J . 1898, no. 41203, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Troops embarking for Santiago de Cuba 

from Tampa, U. S. A. 272 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41194*, July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Two members of the temperance society. 

109. 273 

Copyright bv Penn. academy of fine 

arts, Philadelphia. 1898. no. 40150. 

July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

U. S. war senate of 1898 274 

Copyright by B. M. Clinedinst, 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 37046^ 
June 16. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Yecchio (The) bridge and the river Arno, 
Florence, Italy. 5000. 275 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood, Xew York. 1898, no. 40305, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Venetian boats 276 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1898, no. 35927, June 11. 1 copy rec'd 
June 11, 1898. 1 copy rec'd July 8, 

1898. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Venetian (The) lion, in the Piazzette 
from the Lagoon, Venice, Italy. 5078A. 

277 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood. New York. 1898, no. 40328, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Venetian (A) well in an old court, Ven- 
ice, Italy. 5058. 278 
Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40351, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* Venice. 115 279 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia, 1S98, no. 40152, 
Juiy 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

Venus Cnidos, Greek, after Praxiteles. 
Glyptothek, Munich, Germany. 5044. 

280 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40335, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Venus de Medici. The statue that en- 
chants the world. Florence. Italy. 
5028. 281 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40342, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* View on the Seine. 36 282 

Copyright by Penn. academy of line 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40122, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 1898. 

*' Vigilancia" (The). Army troops off 

for Santiago de Cuba, 283 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 4117a, July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Violinist (The). 65 284 

Copyright by Penn. academy of line 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40133, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Waiting for the low tide to gather sea 

weed. Coast of Brittany. 124. 285 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 

arts. 'Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40192, 

July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Waiting for the opening exercises, Trans- 
Mississippi exposition. 286 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wynian, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41134, July 
8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Washington monument 287 

Copyright bv Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit, Mich. 1898, no. 40398, 



Titles — Continued. 

Wave (The). 68 288 

Copyright by Penn. academy of fine 
arts, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40136, 
July 2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Well-curb (A). By Michael Angelo. Cer- 
tosa monastery, near Florence, Italy. 
5025. 289 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40345, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

We's not cullud, we's bawn dis way. 290 
Copyright by Ernest Day Pitcher, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 40019, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

White (The) House in summer 291 

Copyright by H. Clayton Graff, 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 40613, 
July 5. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Winter sport 292 

Copyright by Joseph P. Knapp, New 
York. 1898, no. 41217, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Wittelsbach (The) fountain, Munich, 
Germany. 5105. 293 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40311, July 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Wrestlers (The). An ancient masterpiece. 
Tribuna, Uffizi gallery, Florence, Italy. 
5015. 294 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1898, no. 40374, J uly 
2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

You dirty dog. no. 1 29n 

Copyright by Sain'l H. Lifshev, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. * 1898, no. 41111, July 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Young (The) patriot 296 

Copyright by Joseph P. Knapp. New 
York/ 1898, no. 41218, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 8, 1898. 

" Yucatan" (The) carrying the famous 
Roosevelt's Rough Riders to Cuba. no. 
1. 297 

Copyright by Strohmeyer A; Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898. no. 41196. J uly 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 



July 2. 



;opies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Copyright by Strohmeyer A Wymau, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 41200, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 8. L898. 



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IX. FINE ARTS. 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Admiral George Dewey 1 

Copyright by N. Heldt-Henriksen, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 40425, July 5. 1 
copy rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Art and letters. Sept., 1898 2 

Copyright by Art and letter co., New 
York. 1898, no. 41309, July 9. Photo- 
graph on file July 9, 1898. 

Death to oppression 3 

Copyright by Vicenzo Alfano & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 30816, May 17. 
Photograph on hie July 9, 1898. 

Free flags 4 

Copyright bv Schmidt & co., New 
York. 1S98, no". 40825, July 7. Photo- 
graph on hie July 7, 1898. 

Full (The) lace portrait of a young 

woman wearing a liberty cap (etc.) 5 

Copyright by American litho. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 41040, July 8. 1 

copy rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Law: signing the compact in the cabin 

of the "Mayflower." 6 

Copyright by the Congregational 

ass'n, P>oston. 1898, no. 40504, July 5. 

1 copy rec'd July 5, 1898. 

* League (The) of the flag 7 

Copyright by John Hite Lee Hol- 
combe, Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 
24911, Apr. 20. Photograph on file June 
29, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

London and Lancashire fire insurance 
policy. 8 

Copyright by London and Lancashire 
fire insurance co., Liverpool, England. 
1898, no. 41308, July 9. Photograph on 
file July 9, 1898. 

Monument with seated figure of Hope. 9 
Copyright by Hoffmann & Prochazka, 
New York. 1898, no. 40700, July 6. 
Photograph on file July 6, 18 J8. 

New (The) life 10 

Copyright bv Frank Edwin Elwell, 
New York. 1898, no. 40701, July 6. 
Photograph on file July 6, 1898. 

Plain (A) oval panel surrounded by an 
ornamental border consisting of a leaf- 
and-rope design (etc.). 11 

Copyright by American lithograph 
co.. New York. 1898, no. 41041, July 8. 
•1 copy rec'd July 8, 1898. 

Plain (A) oval panel surrounded by an 
ornamental border of laurel leaves 
(etc.). 12 

Copyright bv American lithograph 
co., New York." 1898, no. 41042, J uly 8. 
1 copy rec'd July 8, 1898. 

"Schley" 13 

Copvright bv Schmidt & co., New 
York." 1898, no". 41310, July 9. Photo- 
graph on file July 9, 1898. 

Up to date 14 

Copyright by Louis A. De Ribas, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 40024, July 1. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rnhric under which the full title will be found. In cases where 
the author and proprietor are one, the title will be found only in its place under the rubric "Books.") 



Adams music co., Jersey City, N. J. : 

Fair isle of Cuba. Song and quar- 
tet. Composed by Rod Cameron. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Flag (The) of freedom. National 
song. Composed by James W. Morse. 
(Music.) 

Alfano (Vicenzo) & co., New York: 

Death to oppression. (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 



Alleman (J. H.), Chicago: 

Beneath Old Glory. Words by Sallie 
Keep Best. Music by J. H. Alleman. 
(Music.) 

Our boys on the ships of war. Words 
by Sallie Keep Best. Music by J. H. 
Alleman. (Music.) 
Allen (Henry G.), Now Y'ork: 

The cyclopedia appendix for 1898. A 
supplement to all cyclopedias. Ed- 
ited by Geo. J. Hagar. (Books: 1.) 



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IXDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Altemus (Henry), Philadelphia: 

Longfellow (H. W.) The song of 
Hiawatha. (Books: 1.) 
American litho. co., New York : 

Full-face (The) portrait of a young 
woman wearing a liberty caj>, (etc.) 
(Fine arts: photograph of painting.) 
Plain (A) oval panel surrounded by 
an ornamental border consisting of a 
leaf-and-rope design, (etc.) (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Plain (A) oval panel surrounded by 
an ornamental border of laurel leaves, 
(etc.) (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 
American musical ass'n, Chicago : 

Admiral Dewey's triumph march. 
By Addie Hornback. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 

Sons of Columbia. By W. F. Leavitt. 
(Music.) 
American press ass'n, New York: 

Amateur oarsmen to meet in Phila- 
delphia. (Books: 3.) 

Bab gossips of summer resorts. 
(Books: "3.) 
Do thyself no harm. (Books: 3.) 
Facing first fire. (Books: 3.) 
Fashions of New York. (Books: 3.) 
Foot-loose in war. (Books: 3.) 
Howell's comment on the whist con- 
gress. (Books: 3.) 

Our Paris fashion letter. (Books : 3. ) 
Pearl of Polynesia. (Books: 3.) 
Proud of her flag. (Books: 3.) 
Red Cross men under fire carrying 
a wounded officer from the field before 
Santiago. Feature cut 28, 1898. (Cuts.) 
She sighs for Cuba. (Books: 3.) 
Star (The) of empire. (Books: 3.) 
Story of a heroine. (Books: 3.) 
Vashti, the veiled. (Books : 3.) 
War news hunters. (Books: 3.) 
War's effect on seaside retreats. 
(Books: 3.) 
American Sunday school union, Phila- 
delphia : 

Batten (S. Z.) The New citizen- 
ship. (Books: 1.) 

Wright (J. McN.) Toward the glory 
gate. A story of soul growth. (Books : 

1.) 

Applebaum (Mamie), N. Y. : 

Hasty (A) inspiration. March. By 
M. Applebaum. (Music.) 
Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Boothby (G.) The beautiful white 
devil, chap. 16. [Sunny south, Julv 
9,1898.] (Books: 3.) 
Arkell pub. co., N. Y. : 

Judge's puzzle pictures. 15th con- 
test, series 3. (Prints.) 
'Tis but a Spanish dream. (Prints.) 
Uncle Sam : I didn't know I liked 
melon so well. (Prints.) 
We're a-coming, Hobson. (Prints.) 

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Art and letters co., New York : 

Art and letters. Sept., 1898. (Fine 

arts: photographs of painting.) 
Associated press, New York : 

Armistice (The) continues. (Books: 

3.) 
Army disgusted with Cubans. 

(Books: 3.) 
Assault (The) on El Caney. (Books: 

3.) 

Assault resumed at sunrise. (Books: 

3.) 
Big battle around Santiago. (Books : 

3.) 

Caney almost deserted. (Books: 3.) 
Care of the wounded. (Books: 3.) 
Closing in on Santiago. (Books: 3.) 
Commended for bravery. (Books: 3.) 
Consul Hyatt's views. (Books: 3.) 
Crisis (A) at Santiago. (Books: 3.) 
Cruiser "Reina Mercedes " sunk. 

(Books: 3.) 
Cuban (A) murderer's story. (Books : 

3.) 
Dead (The) and wounded. (Books : 

3.) 
Desperate (A) night attack. (Books: 

3.) 
Disabling (The) of the " Terror." 

(Books: 3.) 
Duffield's failure. (Books: 3.) 
Exodus from the doomed city . 

(Books: 3.) 
Extending cable connections, 

(Books: 3.) 
Flank attacks threatened. (Books: 

3.) 

Fleeing from Santiago. (Books: 3.) 
Food for Spanish troops. (Books: 3.) 
Garcia may head off Pando. (Books : 

3.) 

Gen. Wheeler's report. (Books: 3.) 
Headquarters of Gen. Kent's division, 

July 5. (Books: 3.) 
Landing (The) at Daiquiri. (Books: 

3.) 
Madrid exulted in victory. (Books : 

3.) 

Manzanillo bombarded. (Books: 3.) 
Martinique is no Spanish coal base. 

(Books: 3.) 
Men in trenches get deserved rest 

during armistice. (Books: 3.) 
Morro castle bombarded. (Books : 3.) 
Mosquito fleet in battle. (Books: 3.) 
Murderous guerrillas c a p t u r e d . 

(Books: 3.) 
No flying squadron now. (Books : 3. ) 
Off Juragua, Julv 3, 10 p. m. (Books: 

3.) 
On the eve of the battle. (Books: 3.) 
Operations of Saturday, (Books : 3. ) 
Our general says he can win the bat- 
tle in forty-eight hours. (Books: 3») 
Our losses. (Books: 3.) 
Preparations for attack. ( Books : 3. ) 



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Art and letters co., New York: 

Preparing for bombardment. 
(Books: 3.) 

Removal of foreign residents. 
(Books: 3.) 

Report that Germany, France, and 
Russia have an agreement. ( Books : 3. ) 

Results of Friday's light. (Books: 3.) 

Sampson bombards forts. (Books: 3.) 

Santiago mail obstructed. (Books : 3.) 

Santiago's water supply cut. 
(Books: 3.) 

Second day of the battle. (Books: 3.) 

Shatter gives battle again. 
(Books: 3.) 

Shatter moves his headquarters. 
(Books: 3.) 

Shatter's notes to Linares. (Books : 
3.) 

Shelling pits at Agu adores. 
(Books: 3.) 

Situation (The) at the front. 
(Books: 3.) 

Spaniards made desperate sortie. 
(Books: 3.) 

Spanish (A) dash for liberty. 
(Books: 3.) 

Spanish news in Kingston. 
(Books: 3.) 

Spanish (A) trick near Aguadores. 
(Books: 3.) 

Surrender of the Cristobal Colon. 
(Books: 3.) 

Story of the battle. (Books: 3.) 

Story of the chase. (Books: 3.) 

Ten officers known to be killed, so far. 
(Books: 3.) 

Transports (The) at Manila. (Books : 
3.) 

Trick to catch Spanish schooners. 
(Books: 3.) 

Troops tear Spaniard to bits. 
(Books: 3.) 

Victory (The) at Caney. (Books: 3.) 

Watson's squadron to sail in a few 
days. (Books: 3.) 

Why Cervera left Santiago. (Books : 
3.) 

With the United States army, five 
miles east of Santiago de Cuba, June 
30. (Books: 3.) 
Ayres (W. A.), Furley, Kans. : 

Bible (The) handbook; or, "Multum 
inparvo ;; of bible knowledge. (Books: 
2.) 
Babyhood pub. co., New York : 

Babyhood's health library. (Books: 

1.) 
Bach (Oscar), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Jubilee (The) march, two-step. By 
Chr. Bach. Piano solo. (Music.) 
Bailey (Geo. W.), Van Wert, Ohio : 

Minerva two-step march. By Geo. 
W. Bailey. [Piano.] (Music.) 
Baldwin (S. M.): 

Effective promenade costume. 
(Prints.) 



Banks & bros., New York : 

United States reports, v. 170. pt. 
3. Semi-monthly. Apr. 15, 1898. pp. 
385 to 576. (Books: 1.) 

pt. 1. Semi-monthly. May 1, 

1898. pp. 577 to end. (Books: 1.) 

v. 171. pt. 1. Semi-monthly. 

May 15, 1898. pp. 1 to 224. (Books: 1.) 
Barnitz (J. D.), Philadelphia: 

1»98. Stamp tax. (Books: 2.) 
Beaverson (Geo.), Jersey City, N. J. : 

My heart keeps singing. Words by 
Johnson Oatmau, jr. Music by Geo. 
Beaverson. (Music.) 

Waiting on the watchtower. Words 
by Johnson Oatman, jr. Music by Geo. 
Beaverson. (Music.) 

When I left old Egypt behind. 
Words by Johnson Oatman, jr. Music 
by Geo. Beaverson. (Music.) 
Beckel (James C), Philadelphia: 

Admiral Dewey's Manila grand 
march. By J. C. Beckel. [Piano.] 
(Music.) 

Fishin' time in Georgia; or, Down 
by the river. Words (anon.). Music by 
J. C. Beckel. (Music.) 

On the seas and far away. Words 
by Robert Burus. Music by J. C. 
Beckel. (Music.) 
Bender (Matthew), Albany, N. Y. : 

New York state legislature. Greene 
(H. Noyes. ed.). The highway law of 
New York state. Chap. 19 of the gen- 
eral laws. Laws 1890, chap. 568. An- 
notations and forms. (Books: 1.) 

The tax law of New York state. 

Chap. 908, laws 1896. With a chapter 
on the powers and duties of assessors . 
By J. Newton Fiero. (Books: 1.) 
Bennett (H.), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 

Baxter, Jasper county, Iowa. Ad- 
visory rates, v. 34. (Books: 2.) 

Elma, Howard county, Iowa. Ad- 
visory rates, v. 132. (Books: 2.) 

Ossian, Winneshiek county, Iowa. 
Advisory rates, v. 319. (Books: 2.) 
Bennett (James Gordon), New York: 

American soldier repairing Cuban's 
gun. (Prints.) 

Battle (The) of Guasimas, in which 
the Rough Riders won fame. (Prints. 

Landing horses at Siboney. (Prints. 

Novel (A) driving act at Baiquiri 
(Prints.) 
Betts (J. W.), Chicago: 

Hail to America. National song and 
quartet. Words and music by J. W. 
Betts. (Music.) 
Bible study pub. co., Boston: 

Old Testament heroes. Primary 
monthlv. v. 8. no. 8. Lessons 32-35. 
(Books: 2.) 
Bierly (J. M.), Frederick, Md. : 

Old (The) camp ground. A. W. 
Burkhart. J. B. Yaughan. (Music.) 



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Bloom (Sol.), Chicago: 

American lady waltzes. 



Music by 



"William Polla. Piano. (Music.) 
Boehme (Mrs. Kate A.) Washington, 

Seven essays on the attainment of 
happiness. (Books: 2.) 
Bolles (C. E.), Brooklyn, X. Y. : 

Shandaken and Big Indian valleys, 
from Rose Mountain. (Photographs.) 
Boosey & co., New York: 

Je n'ose pas. (I dare not say.) Soug. 
Freuch words by J. M. Levy. English 
version by P. England. Music by R. 
H. Walthew. (Music.) 

Song (A) of harvest. The words by 
Edward Teschemacher. The music by 
Florence Wickins. no. 1 in B flat. 
(Music.) 
Bowman (Sam W.), Xorfolk, Va. : 

Daniels (J.) The first fallen hero. 
A biographical sketch of Worth Bag- 
ley, ensign, U. S. X. (Books: 1.) 
Brantly (William T.), Baltimore, Md. : 
Maryland (Reports of cases argued 
and adjudged in the court of appeals 
of). By William T. Brantly. v. 86. 
(Books: 1.) 
Brentano's, Xew York : 

Foster (R. F.) Foster's common- 
sense leads and how to learn them. 
(Books: 1.) 
Brower bros., Xew York: 

Amplified, condensed, and simplified 
table of stamp taxes, Schedule A. 
(Books: 2.) 
Bryan (Wm. J.), Lincoln, Xebr. : 

Bryan (W.J.) The first battle. A 
story of the campaign of 1896. (Books : 

1.) 
Burbank (A. S.), Plymouth, Mass. : 

Boston bay (map of) and shore line. 
(Maps.) 
Cameron (A. Joel O'Grady), Xew York: 
Cameron (A. J. O'G.) Songs against 
all coquettes. (Books: 2.) 
Campbell (James), Bridgeport, Conn. : 
Godsent (A) blessing to humanity. 
(Books: 2.) 
Cereal machine co., Worcester, Mass. : 

More light. (Photographs.) 
Chambers (Robert W.), Xew York: 

Chambers (R. W.) Ashes of empire, 
chap. 20, continued, and 21. (Books : 3.) 

chaps. 21 (continued), and 22. 

(Books: 3.) 
Chappell <fe co., London: 

Beauty (The) stone. Vocal score. 
By Arthur Sullivan. Musical drama in 
three acts. (Music.) 

I would see a maid. Duet from "The 
beauty stone." By Arthur W. Pinero, 
J. Comyns Carr, and Arthur Sullivan. 
(Music.) 

Invocation. By Kate Behnke. Song, 
no. 2 in F. (Music.) 



Chappell & co., London: 

Jacqueline's song. ("Ah, why dost 
sigh and moan ?")' From "The beauty 
stone." By Arthur W. Pinero, J. Com- 
yns Carr, and Arthur Sullivan. (Mu- 
sic; 

Laine's prayer. "Dear Mary, 
Mother." From "The beauty stone." 
By Arthur W. Pinero, J. Comyns Carr, 
and Arthur Sullivan. (Music.) 

Laine's song. "An hour agone." 
From "The beauty stone." By Arthur 
W. Pinero, J. Comyns Carr, and Ar- 
thur Sullivan. (Music.) 

Cheney (Annie Elizabeth), Los Angeles, 
Cal.: 

Chenier (Ine). Aspasia. Tragedy in 
5 acts. (Dramatic compositions.) 

The genius. Comedy in 4 acts. 

(Dramatic compositions.) 

Lahmi. Tragedy in 4 acts. 

(Dramatic compositions.) 
Chicago record, Chicago: 

Biography. The world's famous 
scientists, no. 156. July 1, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Civics, parliamentary practice. May 
17, 1898. [Chicago record's home 
study circle.] (Books: 3.) 

Lectures on health andhygiene. no. 
155. June 30, 1898. [Chicago record's 
home study circle.] (Books: 3.) 
Choudens, Paris, France : 

Barbe-Bleue. Ballet pantomime, avec 
chceurs, en trois tableaux, de Richard 
O'Monroy. Music de Charles Lecocq. 
(Music.) 
Christian literature co., Xew York : 

Schaff (P.) and Wace (1L, editors). 
Gregory the Great; Ephraim Synis; 
Aphrahat. v. 13. [A select library of 
Xieene and post-Xicene fathers of the 
Christian church.] (Books: 1.) 
Clarke (John C.C.), Alton, 111.: 

Clarke (J. C. C.) Self and the Father, 
pt. 1. (Books: 1.) 
Clinedinst (B. M.), AYashington, D. C. : 

U. S. war senate of 1818. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Cocks (Robert) & co., London: 

All the while. Song. Words by 
Clifton Bingham. Music by Lovett 
King. no. 1 in D. (Music.) 

no. 2 in E flat. (Original key.) 

(Music.) 

no. 3 in V. (Music "> 

no. I in G . (Music.) 

Dreamland voices. (Care voci.) 
Song. English words by Will Ransom. 
Italian words by Francesco Barcella. 
Music by Angelo Mascheroni. no. 1 in 
E flat, (Music.) 

no. '2 in F. (Music) 

no. 3 in G. (Orginalkey.) y1>U\- 

sic.) 



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Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa.: 

Arithmetic, pt. 2. 10 B. Question 
paper. 5th ed. (International corre- 
spondence schools.) (Books: 2.) 

section 8. Question paper. 1st 

ed. (Books: 2.) 

Inorganic chemistry, pt. 2. Ques- 
tion paper. 1st ed. (Books: 2.) 

International correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. Elements (The) 
of mathematics and physics, v. 1. 1st 
ed. (Books: 1.) 

v. 2. lsted. (Books: 1.) 

t.3. lsted. (Books: 1.) 

Map of railroad location. 254. (En- 
gravings.) 

Pedagogics of history. Question 
paper. " 1st ed. (Books: 2.) 

Platting angles. 252. (Engravings.) 
Congregational ass'n, Boston: 

Law : signing the compact in the 
cabin of the Mayflower. (Fine arts: 
photograph of design.) 
Cook (David C.) pub. co., Chicago: 

Bamford (M. E.) Out of the triangle. 
A story of the far east. (Books: 2.) 
Crafts (Geo. E.), Dallas, Tex. : 

Thy love has been my guiding star. 
Words and music by Geo. E. Crafts. 
Mezzo-soprano. Key of E flat. (Music.) 
Cramer (J. B.) & co., London : 

At even. Song. Words by E. G. 
Palmer. Music by Battison Haynes. 
(Music.) 

I dream of thee. Song. Words by 
William Toynbee. Music by F. E. 
Gamboci. InC. (Music.) 
Crane (Frank), Chicago : 

Bubbling of Anglo-Saxon blood. 
(Delivered at Trinity church, Chicago, 
May 1,1898. (Books: 3.) 

Cremation and funeral reforms. De- 
livered by F. Crane, May 8, 1898. [Pul- 
pit editorials.] (Books: 3.) 

Elixir (The) of life. Delivered by F. 
Crane, July 10, 1898. [Pulpit edito- 
rials.] (Books: 3.) 

Fourth (The). Firecrackers and 
folks. Delivered by F. Crane, July 3, 
1898. [Pulpit editorials.] (Books: 3.) 

Message (The) of spring. Delivered 
by F. Crane, May 15, 1898. [Pulpit 
editorials.] (Books: 3.) 

Religious (The) temperament. De- 
livered by F. Crane, July 17, 1898. 
[Pulpit editorials.] (Books: 3.) 
Crane & co., Topeka, Kans. : 

Inman (H.) Tales of the trail. 
Short stories of western life. (Books: 
1.) 
Cranz (Aug.), Leipzig: 

Fidele zecher. (Gals lurons.) Yalse. 
Par Robert Vollstedt. Edition pour 
piano, op. 112. (Music.) 



Credit rating co., Louisville, Ky. : 

Credit (The) rating co., Louisville, 
Kv. The merchants' experience guide. 
Louisville district. 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Crews (J. A., jr.), Wilmington, N. C. : 

" Dewey's victory." March. By J. A. 
Crews, jr. (Music.) 
Crist (D.'\T.), Moultrie, Ohio : 

Crist (D.W.) Peerless melodies. A 
new collection of instrumental music 
for the piano or cabinet organ. (Music.) 

Piano melodies. By D. W. Crist. A 
new collection of instrumental music 
for the pianoforte. (Music.) 
Crockett ( S. R. ), London : 

Crockett (S. R.) The Black Doug- 
las. (Books: 3.) 
Crowell apparatus co., Indianapolis, Ind. : 

Catalogue of the Crowell apparatus 
co., sole manufacturers of the Crowell 
physical apparatus. (Books: 2.) 
Cur wen (J.) & sons, ltd., London: 

Ambulance (The) maids. Words by 
Kate Fowler -Tutt. Music by C. H. 
Lewis. An action song for school con- 
certs. (Music.) 

Fire-brigade (The). Words by A. J. 
Foxwell. Music by C. H. Lewis. An 
action song for school concerts. (Mu- 
sic.) 

John & co. Words and music byM. 
Ashcroft. (Music.) 
Dalbey music co., Chicago: 

And they all walked away. Patrol. 
[Military band]. By P. M. Hacker. 
(Music./ 
Davidson (Clarence W.), Cooperstown, 
N. Y. : 

Cooperstown and Otsego Lake. 
(Books: 2.) 
Davies (J. Mansfield), Allan (Eunice 
Ruth), and Davies (Alice), U. S. : 

Davies (C.) Elements of surveying 
and leveling, with description of the 
instruments and the necessary tables. 
(Books: 1.) 
Davis (F. A.) co., Philadelphia: 

Massey (G. B.) Conservative gyne- 
cology and electro -therapeutics. A 
practical treatise on the diseases of 
women and their treatment by elec- 
tricity. 3d ed. Revised, rewritten, 
and greatly enlarged. (Books: 1.) 
Davis and Keogh, New York : 

Finish (The) of Mr. Fresk. An orig- 
inal farce comedy in 3 acts. By Scott 
Marble. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Dehnhoff (K.), New York : 

Fairy tale gavotte. By Ed. Hoist. 
(Music.) 

I ain't a gwine ter bodder yer much 
longer. Words and music by Arthur 
Trevelyan. (Music.) 

When the "Maine" went down. 
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Dehnhoff (K.), New York : 

"When the 'Maine' went down." 
Song. Words and music by Alexander 
Mair. (Music.) 
Dengler (A. F.), Cleveland, Ohio: 

Origin of Beethoven's moonliglit so- 
nata. (Engravings.) 
De Ribas (Louis A.), Boston: 

Up to date. (Fine arts : photograph 
of painting.) 
Detroit photographic co., Detroit, Mich. : 
Capitol (The) at Washington. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

from Library steps. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Soldiers' home, Washington. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Tozetti fresco. 1. (Photographs.) 

2. (Photographs.) 

3. (Photographs.) 

4. (Photographs.) 

Washington monument. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
De Vine (Charles H.), Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Princess mazurka. Three-step. By 
C. H. De Vine. (Music.) 
Dickens (M. A.), London, England: 

Dickens (M. A. ) The love that wins. 
(Books: 1.) 
Doliber-Goodale co., Boston : 

Los meritos y puntos de excelencia 
del alimentodeMellin. (Mellin'sfood.) 
(Photographs. ) 
Dougherty (Edward D.), Chester, Pa. : 
Marching to the war. Song and 
chorus. Words and music by E. D. 
Dougherty. 
Dreibelbiss (John), Fort Wayne, Ind. : 
Dreibelbiss (J.) Start right. 
(Books: 1.) 
Dupre (J.), Paris: 

Prairie. 17 x 12. (Engravings.) 
Durand (A.) et fils, Paris: 

2 e quatuor pour 2 violons, alto et 
violoncelle. Par Vincent dTndy. op. 
45. (Music.) 

Edmonds (Richard H.), Baltimore, Md. : 
Edmonds (R. H.) Facts about the 
South. Rev. ed. 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Elliott (A. C), Weatherford, Tex. : 

Elliott (A. C.) The bookkeeper's de- 
tective. A system of " checks" for 
arresting and detecting errors in book- 
keeping, etc. (Books: 2.) 
Elliot (Charles S.) & co., New York: 
Earth (The) is the Lord's. Music by 
W. E. Brown. [American choir, v. 3. 
no. 62.] 

Elwell (Frank Edwin), New York: 

New (The) life. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of statuary.) 
Emma (Louis), Paris: 

Apres la, revue. Marche. Mnsique 
de L. Emma. Mandolin and piano. 
(Music.) 



Enoch & sons, London: 

Little boy blue. Song. Words by 
Eugene Field. Music by H. Bemberg. 
no. 1 in E flat. (Music.) 

no. 2 in F. (Music.) 

no. 3 in G. (Music. ) 

My own true love (Ma bien aimee.) 
Song. French words by Jean Labor. 
English version by R. H. Elkin. Music 
by H. Bemberg. no. 1 in F. (Music.) 

no. 2 in G. (Music.) 

Serenade. French words by Th. de 
Banville. English version by R. H. 
Elkiu. Music by H. Bemberg. no. 1 
in F. (Music.) 

no. 2 in G. (Music.) 

Estes & Lauriat, Boston : 

[Kaler] J. Otis. The princess and 
Joe Potter. (Books: .1.) 
Fairfield floral co., Fairfield, Me. : 

Lesson (A) in branching artificial 
flowers. (Books: 2.) 
Falk (Murtha Porteous), New York: 

Certainement ! Oui ! Oui ! Oui ! New 
and original comic song. Words and 
music by Leopold Jordan. (Music.) 
Fargo (Mrs. Kate Mills), Lake Mills, 
Wis. : 

We have heard the cry of Cuba. 
Composed by Kate Mills Fargo. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Fechner (A. M.), Paris, France: 

Bonne chance! Galop. Pour piano. 
Par A. M. Fechner. (Music.) 
Fillmore bros., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Bright beam of morning. By Palmer 
Hartsough and Fred. A. Fillmore. 
(Music.) 

Flag of freedom. Male voices. By 
Palmer Hartsough and Fred. A. Fill- 
more. (Music.) 

Freedom's natal day. Male voices. 
By Palmer Hartsough and Fred. A. 
Fillmore. (Music.) 

There's an isle. Male voices. By 
Palmer Hartsough and Fred. A. Fill- 
more. (Music.) 
Fischer (Carl), New York : 

Alice, Avhere art thou? Romance. 
Solo for cornet, baritone, or trombone. 
By .1. Ascher. Arranged by L. P. 
Laurendeau. Band. [C. Fischer's ed. 
no.427.] (Music.) 

Belle (La) Rouinaine. Walt/es. By 
J. Ivanovici. Arranged by Fmil l>eu- 
man. Orchestra. [C. Fischer's ed. 
no. 803.] (Music.) 

Celebrated method for the clarinet. 
By H. Klosc Newly revised and en- 
larged by C. L. StaatS. [C. Fischer's 
ed.] (Music.) 

Charity. Solo for cornet, baritone, 
or trombone. By J. Fame. Arranged 
by L. P. Laurendeau. Band. (Music.) 

Club-galop. By L. P. Laurendeau. 
Hand. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 518.] 
(Music.) 



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Fischer (Carl), New York: 

Dear heart. Song. Solo for cornet, 
baritone, or trombone. By Tito Mattei. 
Band. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 427.] 
(Music.) 

Fantaisie americaine, no. 1. By 
Gustav Saenger. op. 70. Piano and 
violin. [C.Fischer's ed.] (Music.) 

Fantaisie patriotique. (americaine.) 
no. 1. By Gustav Saenger. op. 62. 
Yiolin and piano. [C. Fischer's ed.] 
(Music.) 

Gavotte fantastique. By Max 
Brauu. For violin and piano. [C. 
Fischer's ed. no. 43.] (Music.) 

Jerusalem. Solo for cornet, trom- 
bone, or baritone. By Ch. Gounod. 
Arranged by L. P. Lauren dean. Band. 
[C. Fischer's ed. no. 428.] (Music.) 

Jovitta. Mexican serenade. ByChas. 
Armand. Arranged by L. P. Lauren- 
dean. Band. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 
417.] (Music.) 

Let all obev. Solo for cornet, bari- 
tone, or trombome. By S. Leach. Ar- 
ranged by L. P. Laurendeau. Band. 
[C. Fischer's ed. no. 427.] (Music.) 

March Tzigane. Gipsy march. By 
Theo. Hermann, op. 70. Arranged by 
E. H. Frey. 2 mandolins and guitar. 
[C. Fischer's ed. no. 66.] (Music.) 

Naughty eyes. Morceau de salon. 
By Chas. Armand. Arranged by L. P. 
Laurendeau. Baud. [C. Fischer's ed. 
no. 417.] (Music.) 

Oberon overture. By C. M. v. We- 
ber. Arranged by Theo. M. Tobani. 
Band. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 81.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Standard (The) bearer march By 
Ph. Fahrbach. Arranged by L. P. Lau- 
rendeau. Band. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 
531.] (Music.) 
Flaggm'f'gco., Boston: 

New (The) improved Apollo harp. 
(Books: 2.) 
Flanuer (Joseph), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Outcast (The) parents. Words and 
music by Nellie Maguire. (Music.) 
Floyd (Annie Earle), Berkley, Va. : 

Floyd (A. E.) Remember the 
"Maine." (Books: 2.) 
Folwell (Nathan S. C), Philadelphia: 
Dearest (The) girl to me. Words by 
N. S. C. Folwell. Music by Herbert T. 
Lewis. (Music.) 
Forsyth bros., London, England: 

Per te vive, e per te more. (For 
thee living, for thee dying.) Air by 
Alessandro Scarlatti. Edited from a 
contemporary manuscript and arranged 
by J. A. Fuller Maitland. In G mi. 
(Music.) 

In F mi. (Music.) 

Foster (Wallace), Indianapolis, Ind. : 

Balch (G. T.) A patriotic primer for 
the little citizen. (Books: 1.) 



Foster bros., Boston: 

Hunting. (Photographs.) 

Venetian boats. (Photographs.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land : 

Beefeater (The). Song. Written and 
composed by Herbert Darnley. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Lily (The) of Laguua. Song. Writ- 
ten and composed by Leslie Stuart. 
(Music.) 

Me, too! (A topical duet.) Written 
by Carl Howard. Composed by George 
Everard. (Music.) 

Only (The) girl I ever loved. Song. 
Written by Albert Hall. Composed by 
Orlando Powell. (Music.) 

Runaway (The) motor car. Song. 
Written by Arthur Thomas. (Music.) 

Shine on! (Song.) Written by Al- 
fred J. Morris. Composed by Walter 
Tilbury. (Music.) 

What is that without any hands? 
Song. Written by J. Tabrar. Com- 
posed by Geo. Le Brunn. (Music.) 
Free church book concern, Minnsapolis, 
Minn. : 

Kessdal(0.) Barnebogen. (Books: 

1.) 
Fries (Albert), New York: 

Homeward bound. (Engravings.) 
Gagel bros., New York: 

"I'll kiss you good-bye, soldier." 
Song and refrain. Words and music 
by Malcolm Douglas. (Music.) 
Garretson (Mary T.), Taylor, Tex.: 

Square tailor system of garment cut- 
ting. (Books: 2.) 
Gates iron works, Chicago: 

Cvanide and chlorination processes. 
(Books: 2.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland, 
Ohio: 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. no. 234. (Books: 3.) 
Ginn & co., Boston : 

Marine biological laboratory. 
Wood's Holl, Mass. Biological lec- 
tures. Delivered at the marine bio- 
logical laboratory of Wood's Holl. 
1896-97. (Books: 1 1.) 
Gopsill's (James) sons, Philadelphia: 
Gopsill's Atlantic City directory, in- 
cluding Chelsea, Ventnor, South At- 
lantic, and Longport, for 1898. (Books : 
!•) 
i Gottschalk (A. L. M.), New York : 

Gottschalk (A. L. M.) A book of 
verse. (Books: 1.) 
Graff (H. Clayton), Washington, D. C. : 
White (The) House in summer. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Granger (Louis E.), New York: 

Warship (The) "Dixie." Words by 
Frank L. Stanton. Music by a Maine 
girl. (Music.) 



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Granicher (Oswald), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Defects of eyesight. (Books: 2.) 
Graydon (William Murray), London, 
England : 

Graydon (W. M.) The mystery of the 
wrecked circus train. (Books: 3.) 
Great American importing tea co., San 
Francisco. Cal. : 

Onto Spain! Patriotic war chorus. 
Song. (Music.) 
Green (R.M.). Boston: 

Boston (The) Latin school march. 
By G. F. Loughlin, ? 98. Class song, '98. 
By Walter Shuebruk, '98. (Music. ) 
Greve lith. eo., Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Commodore (The). 2d act, naval 
drama, representing gunboat in action. 
(Lithographs.) 
Grit pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. : 

Agricultural science. (Books: 3.) 
Truth and trouble. (Books: 3.) 

* Guerin (F. W.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

"Cubalibre." (Photographs.) 
Gutekunst (F.). Philadelphia: 

Count of Turin, Italy, no. 1. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Hale (Herbert A.), Portland, Oreg.: 

Mt. Hood from Oregonian building. 
(Photographs.) 
Hamill (Fred. J.). Chicago: 

My Mary dear. Words and music 
by Fred. J. Hamill. (Music.) 
Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

Flora. (Waltz-song.) Words by 
Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave 
Kerker. (Music.) 

I love a girl who is made of stucco. 
Song. Words by Hugh Morton. Music 
by Gustave Kerker. (Music.) 

Infant (The) incubator. (Song.) 
Words by Hugh Morton. Music by 
Gustave Kerker. (Music.) 

Property (The) man. Song. Words 
by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave 
Kerker. (Music.) 
Harper & bros., New York: 

Wyckofif (Walter A.) A portrait. 
(Supplement to Literature, July 6, 
1898.) (Engravings.) 
Harrington (W. T.), Pasadena, Cal.: 
Americus two-step. By W. T. Har- 
rington. Piano and organ. (Music.) 
Harris (Chas. K.), Milwaukee, Wis.: 

" Dear college chums. 7 ' By Chas. K. 
Harris. (Music.) 
Harrison (Chas. L.), Heekin, Ky. : 

Are you coming home to-day ? Words 
by Susie M. Harrison. Chorus by 
C. L. H. Music by Chas. L. Harrison. 
(Music.) 

* Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Bonoldi. Complete and progressive 
vocal exercises in six groups. Soprano. 
New ed., with introduction by Frederic 



* Hatch music co., Philadelphia — Cont'd. 
W. Root. [Hatch edition, no. 9.] 
(Books: 2.) 

no. 10. (Books: 2.) 

Hattersley (C. M.), Trenton, N. J.: 

Yankee (The) message ; or, Uncle Sam 
to Spain. Song and chorus. Words 
by Edward S. Ellis. Music by C. M. 
Hattersley. (Music.) 
Hawkins (Chas. A.), York, Pa. : 

Pennsylvania courts. First judicial 
district of Pennsylvania [Reports of 
cases adjudged in the courts of common 
X>]eas, quarter sessions, oyer and ter- 
miner, and orphans' court, of the] 
With notes and references by John 
W. Ashmead. v. 1, 2. (Books: 1.) 
Hayes (Mrs. Harriet Haydeu), Chicago: 
Ring in the love of truth and right. 
Words by Frances E. Willard. Music 
by H. H. Hayes. (Music.) 
Heekin (James) & co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 
Rorer (Mrs. S. T.) Coffee and cakes. 
(Books: 2.) 
Heldt-Henriksen (N. ), Chicago: 

Admiral George Dewey. (Fine arts : 
Photograph of statuary. ) 
Henderson (Peter) & co., New York: 

Henderson's succession collection, 
the cream of strawberries. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Midsummer catalogue. 1898. (Books: 
2.) 
Hoffmann & Prochazka, New York : 

Monument with seated figure of 
Hope. (Fine arts: photograph of stat- 
uary.) 
Hogan (John F.), Detroit, Mich. : 

Hogan (J. P., editor and compiler). 
The history of the national republican 
league of the United States. (Books: 

1.) 
*Holcombe (John Hite Lee), Washing- 
ton, D.C.: 

League (The) of the flag. (Fine 
arts: photograph of drawing.) 
Hollingshead music co., Baltimore, Md. : 
If ye love me. Music by D. S. Hol- 
lingshead. (Music.) 
Holt (Henry) & CO., New York: 

Barnes (C. R.) Plant life considered 
with special reference to form and 
function. (Books: 1.) 
Holtschneider (Edward), Jefferson City, 
Mo.: 

Holtschneider (E.) How to make 
bookkeeping easy. An entirely new 
system. ((Juide and instruction to 
merchants and others.) (Books: 2.) 
Home music co.. Logansport. Ind. : 

King all -glorious. Anthem. By 
George Edward Smith. iy> . 3 . [Ho m e 
music journal, v. T.j (Musio.) 

Make a joyful noise. Anthem. By 
W. T. Giffee. no. I. [Home musie 
journal, v. 7.] (Music.) 



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Home music co., Logansport, Ind. : 

Thy will be done. Antliem. By E. 
K. Heyser. no. 24. [Home music 
journal, v. 7.] (Music.) 
Houghton iSc co., London: 

After auchrim (or "For the green'-'). 
Words by G. Geoghgan. Music by C. 
Milligan Fox. (Music.) 

Haytime. Words by Clifton Bing- 
ham. Music composed by Eben Jack- 
son. (Music.) 

Slumber on. Words by Doris Hill. 
Music composed by Eben Jackson. 
(Music.) 
Howard (George E.) & co., Washington, 
D.C.: 

Long (J. C.) and Brinton (G. H.) 
Money in squabs. (Books: 1.) 
Howley, Haviland & co., New York : 

After the battle is o'er. Words and 
music byLyn-Udall. Descriptive song 
and chorus. (Music.) 

Beneath the flag. March song. By 
Safford Waters. (Music.) 

Carnation waltzes. By Jacob Heury 
Ellis. (Music.) 

Flag of the free. Words by F. B. 
Haines. Music by John Zabriskie. 
(Music.) 

How 'bout your baby, honey? Coon 
song and chorus. Words by Todd. 
Music by Gussie C. Lindner. (Music.) 

We fight to-morrow, mother. Song 
and chorus. By Paul Dresser. (Music.) 
Hunt (Woodbury E.), Concord, N. H. : 

"Old ocean." (Photographs.) 
Hurd (Edward Franklin), Warsaw, Ky. : 

Hurd (E. F.) The Masonry of the 
Bible, with a personal introduction by 
Companion Robert R. Russell. (Books : 

1.) 
Ilsen and co., Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Attention (L'). (Attention.) Valse. 
Piano. Par Gaston Dore. [La recom- 
pense d' application.] (Music.) 

Avancernent(L'). (Progress.) Galop. 
Piano. Par Gaston Dore. [La recom- 
pense d'application.] (Music.) 

Obeissance(L'). (Obedience.) Chant 
sans paroles. Piano. Par Gaston 
Dore. [La recompense d'application.] 
(Music.) 

Patience (La). (Patience.) Men- 
uette. Piano. Par Gaston Dore. [La 
recompense d'application.] (Music.) 

Ponctualite (La). (Punctuality.) 
Marche. Piano. Par Gaston Dore. [La 
recompense d'application.] (Music.) 

Regularity (La). (Regularity.) Ga- 
votte. Par Gaston Dore. [La recom- 
pense d'application.] (Music.) 

Some sweet day. Transcription. By 
Dora Ellis* [Piauo.] (Music.) 
Jefferson (Chas. E.), Chelsea, Mass. : 

Jefferson (C. E.) Quiet talks with 
earnest people in mv study. Chap. 11. 
(Books: 3.) 



Jefferys, ltd., London: 

Masquerade gavotte. By Paul Zahn. 
For piauo. (Music.) 
Jones (Clyde A.), Denver, Colo. : 

Western union and Postal telegraph 
rates from Colorado. (Books: 2.) 
Jordan (Jules), U. S. : 

Recessional. Words by Rudyard 
Kipling. Music by Jules Jordan. 
(Music.) 
Jost (J. W.), Philadelphia : 

Neuer Friihling. Yon R. Friedel. 
Chorlieder und quartette fur sop., alt., 
ten. und bass. (Music.) 

Neuer Friihling. (New spring.) Yon 
H. G. Kumine. Fur vier mannerstim- 
men. (2d series.) (Music.) 
Jung (P. L.) Kurt Moebius trading as 
P. L. Jung, New York : 

Let me believe. Song, with piano 
accompauiment. By Frank W. Riker. 
op. 4. Contralto or bass. (Music.) 
Kean (Marion), New York: 

Minister's (The) sweetheart. Words 
and music by Marion Kean. (Music.) 
Kempfer (Charles A.), Edward, Minn. : 
Kempfer (C. A.) The agony of love. 



(Books: 



Keppler and Schwarzmann, New York : 
Accurate aim necessary. (Prints.) 
Another proposed war tax. (Prints.) 
Anxious to know. (Prints.) 
Appropriate (An) name. (Prints.) 
Brooklyn (A) scorcher. (Prints.) 
Chorus (A) from the camp. (Prints.) 
Daughter (A) of Eve. (Prints.) 
Earnest. (Prints.) 
His willingness. (Prints.) 
Honesty the best policy. (Prints.) 
In the surf. (Prints.) 
Incompetent (An) official. (Prints.) 
Long (A) time affair. (Prints.) 
Mau (The) behind the gun will set- 
tle this war. (Prints.) 
No reason. (Prints.) 
Peculiarity (A) of the finnv tribe. 
(Prints.) 
Scare (A) head. (Prints.) 
Timely advice. (Prints.) 
Too good to lose. (Prints.) 
True (A) sport. (Prints.) 
Two ways out. (Prints. 
Yery simple. (Prints.) 
Worse than Baxter street. (Prints 
Klee & co., New York : 

Standard colors. (Lithographs.) 
, Knapp (Joseph P.), New York: 

Winter sport. (Photographs.) 
Young (The) patriot. (Photographs.) 
\ Knickerbocker press. New York: 

Concise (The) calendar, 1888 to 1911. 
(Books: 2.) 
i Knowles (Archibald Campbell), Phila- 
delphia : 

Knowles (A. C.) Joscelyn Yeruon. 
A story of the davs of King Charles 
the First. (Books: 1.) 



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Kollros (C), Louisville, Ky. : 

"Gambrinus march." Arranged for 
piano aud voice. Words by Frank A. 
Lenz. Music by C. Kollros. (Music.) 
Kraft (Philip J.), New York: 

Stamp taxes of foreign bills of ex- 
change, time drafts, and promissory 
notes. Computed at the standard of 
value fixed by the United States. 
(Books: 2.) 
Kropp (E. C), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Milwaukee public library and mu- 
seum. (Engravings.) 
Kussel (Philip), Cincinnati, Ohio: 

In the ranks. Words and music by 
Philip Kussel. (Music.) 

Kentucky belles. March and two- 
step. By H. F. Yaunt. Piano. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Kyte (George Irvin), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Frame-fitting chart. (Books: 2.) 
Lambing (A. A.), Wilkinsburg, Pa. : 

Lambing (A. A.) The manor of Kit- 
tanning, past and present; and A crit- 
ical inquiry into the alleged burying 
of a leaden plate at the forks of the 
Ohio by Louis Celoron, Aug. 3, 1749. 
(Books: 2.) 
Lamorten (Oliver Hurmande), New York : 
French (The) and English scientific 
tailor system. (Books: 2.) 
Lampe (J. Bodewalt), Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Topsy-turvy waltz. By J. Bodewalt 
Lampe. [Piano.] (Music.) 
Lane (G. M.) & Van Rensselaer (L.) : 
Lane (G. M.) A Latin grammar for 
schools and colleges. (Books: 1.) 
Lankota (John), Chattanooga, Tenn. : 

Birdie dear. (Books: 2.) 
Lawyers' cooperative pub. co., Rochester, 
N.Y.: 

Lawyers' (The) reports annotated. 
Book 39. (Books: 1.) 
Layne (John L.), Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Terms and conditions of certificates 
of investment and financial schedule, 
June, 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Leach (Joseph W.), IT. S. : 

Memory (A). Poem by Frederic T. 
Greenhalge. Music by Joseph W. 
Leach. (Music.) 

Why? Words by Wildie Thayer. 
Music by Joseph W. Leach. In G flat. 
(Music.) 
Lewis (Seneca G.), Detroit, Mich. : 

'•'Mis' Mahogany." By Seneca G. 
Lewis. (Music.) 
Life pub. co., New York : 

Why kill each other? This kind of 
warfare is better, although more dan- 
gerous. (Prints.) 
Lifshey (Sam'l II.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

You dirty dog. no. 1. (Photographs.) 
Liggett (Edward), Detroit, Mich. : 

'Varsity eight. Two-step. By Vhay 
& Seymour. [Piano.] (Music.) 



Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia: 

Electricity. Lesson no. 8. Electric 
call bells, annunciators, etc., and how 
to install them. (Books: 2.) 

International clinics, v. 2. 8th series. 
1898. Edited by J. Daland and others. 
(Books: 1.) 
London and Lancashire fire ins. co. of 
Liverpool, England, Great Britain : 

London and Lancashire fire insurance 
policy. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 
Los Angeles directory co., Los Angeles, 
Cal.: 

Burks' Southern California business 
directory, 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Lutes (Jacob M.), Cordele, Ga. : 

Lutes (J. M.) Christianity con- 
densed. (Books: 2.) 
Macauley (Mrs. M. E.), Chicago: 

(Le Vive Cuba libre.) Our flag 
with one star. Music by Mrs. M. E. 
Macauley. Words by A. H. Bush. 
(Music.) 
McClellan (J. C), Midlothian, Tex. : 

P'un in de cotton patch. Quickstep. 
By J. C. McClellan. 2 guitars. [Rip- 
ples from the south.] (Music.) 

Poly tec I nic march. By J. C. McClel- 
lan. 2 guitars. [Ripples from the 
south.] (Music.) 
McClure (S. S. ) co., New York : 

Chesney (W.) and Munro (A.) John 
Topp, pirate, chaps. 1 and 2. (Books : 
3.) 
How the Pole is to be won. (Books : 

3.) 

Pilgrim (C.) The Fourth of July 
riding at Galena. (Books: 3.) 
McCurdy (J. C), Lower Merion, Pa. : 
Shippen (E.) Naval battles of the 
world. (Books: 1.) 
McKay (David), Philadelphia: 

Lhomond(C.T.) Lhomond's viri Roma 1 . 
Literally translated from Duval's ^Ha- 
chette, Paris) ed. By Edward Roth. 
(Books: 1.) 
M'Killips (Alex.) and Miller (Jo. W.\, 
Harrisburg, Pa. : 

Gem (The) condensed calendar. 
(Books: 2.) 
McMillen (Henry E.), Cleveland, Ohio: 
Coming down the pike. (Two-step 
march.) " By H. L. Webster. Arranged 
for orchestra. (Music.) 

Cubanola cake walk. March. By 
Warren Beebe. Arranged tor brass and 
reed band by Warren Beebe. (Music.) 
Sunny skies. Song and dance. By 
Bert L. Billings. Arranged for brass 
aud reed band by Bert 1-. Hillings. 
(Musio.) 
Marschner (Alfred), Omaha, Nebr. : 

"Old Glory, mine.'" Hymn to our 
flag. Words and nmsie by Alfred 
Marschner. (Mel. O'Day.) (Music.) 



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Martin (H.), Paris: 

Apparition de Clemence Isaure aux 
troubadours. 11x19. (Engravings.) 
Martindale mercantile agency, New York : 
Martindale mercantile agency. An- 
nual guide. Unabridged ed. June, 
1898. (Books: 1.) 
Mas (Ernest), New York: 

Mas (E.) Linseed oil. chap. 17. 
(Books: 3.) 
Meyer & bro. and Chas. A. Gardner, Chi- 
cago : 

Sweet clover. Music by Charles A. 
Gardner. Words by Marion May. 
(Music.) 
Miles (William A.), Tuckalive, N. Y. : 
Game of Sampson at Santiago. 
Rules. (Books: 2.) 
Mills (F. A.), New York: 

By the camp tire I am dreaming. 
Words by George Cooper. Music by 
Charles E. Pratt. (Music.) 
Miner (H. C.) litho. co., New York: 

Gilmore & Leonard's Hogans allev. 
no. 6297. "It's awful fresh.'' (Litho- 
graphs.) 

May Howard extravaganza. 6351. 
"The Ladies' alimony club." (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Primrose & Dockstader's great 
American minstrels, no. 6370. 1 sheet. 
(Lithographs.) 

"The Rays" in "A hot old time." 
no. 6183. 1 sheet. (Lithographs.) 
Molineux (Geo.), New York: 

High spirits. Two-step march. 4 
hands. By J. W. Lerman. [Piano.] 
(Music.) 

Introductory voluntary. By 0. C. 
Chapel. For organ. (Music.) 

National guard grand parade. Two- 
step. By Rudolf Carl. Arranged for 
four hands by C. H. H. Booth. (Music. ) 

Simplified ed. (Music.) 

Montfort (Thomas P.), U. S. : 

Montfort (T. P.) Jasper Briggs' 
wooing. (Books: 3.) 
Moore (Wm. F.), Everett, Mass. : 

Representative men of Massachu- 
setts. 1890-1900. (Books: 1.) 
Morehouse (Frank E.), Napoleon, Mich.: 
Morehouse (F. E.) Bible readings 
on the double heart and kindred 
truths. (Books: 1.) 
Morris (Matta C), Pueblo, Colo. : 

Morris (H. O.) Waiting for the sig- 
nal. (Books: 1.) 
Mount St. Mary's academy, Manchester, 
N.H.: 

Christian (The) child. (Books: 2.) 
Murray (James R.) U. S. : 

Irresistible (The) schottische. By 
James R. Murray. [For piano.] (Mu- 
sic.) 
National litho. pub. co., Newport, Ky. : 
Dewey's victory. 20 x 30. (Chro- 
mos.) 



Neely (F. Tennyson), New York : 

King (C.) A garrison tangle, chaps. 
11 (continued), 15, 16, and 17. [Jeffer- 
son banner, July 7, 1898.] (Books: 3.) 
New York life insurance co., New York: 

New York life ins. co. Premium 
rates, guarantees, and illustrations of 
policies issued by the New York life 
insurance co. (Books: 1.) 
New Yorker staats-zeitung, New York: 

Kapff-Essenther. Uebermenschen ! 
pp. 37-11. (Books: 3.) 
Nielen (A.). Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Evangeline. [In Premium ed. nos. 
15 and 46.] (Books: 2.) 
Novello, E wer & co., New York : 

America. Words by S. F. Smith. 
Arranged by F. E. Howard. (Music.) 

April song. Soprano. By F. E. 
Howard. (Music.) 

Freedom our queen. Words by 
Oliver W. Holmes. Music by F. E. 
Howard. (Music.) 

Knickerbocker series of school songs. 
Book 3. Three-part songs. Edited by 
F.E.Howard. (Music books.) 

Star-spangled (The) banner. Words 
by F. S. Key. Arranged by F. E. How- 
ard. (Music.) 
Noyes (Henry D.) & co., Boston: 

Hoffman (The) birthdav cards, no. 
2. (Books: 2.) 

no. 3. (Books: 2.) 

no.4. (Books: 2.) 

Ogilvie (J. S.) pub. co., New York: 

Forrest (W. E.) The game in Wall 
street, and how to plav it successfully. 
By "Hoyle." (Books': 1.) 
Osbaldeston (Mrs. Anna Schwald), De- 
troit, Mich. : 

Osbaldeston (Mrs. A. S.) Quick, 
prompt, and easily learned method of 
studying human anatomv. (Books: 2.) 
Outin(P.), Paris: 

Atelier (L')de modiste. 12x16. (En- 
gravings.) 
Palmer (H. L.), Chicago: 

Adams (C. R.) Handbook for archi- 
tects and builders. (Books: 1.) 
Parmele (Mary Piatt), New York: 

Parmele (Mary Piatt). The Story 
of Spain briefly told. (Books: 1.) 
Penn. academy of fine arts, Philadelphia: 

Ariadne of Naxos. 157. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Battery of light artillery en route. 
154. (Photographs.) 

Bav (The) of Baiaa from Pozzuoli. 
123. * (Photographs.) 

Behind the footlights. 81. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Bell (The) buoy, Newport, R. I. 114. 
(Photographs. ) 

Birth (The) of Yenus. 18. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Breton (A) peasant. 32. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



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Penn. academy of tine arts, Philadelphia : 
Bringing in the night rovers. 96. 
(Photographs.) 
Brook (The). 33. (Photographs.) 
C:esar Borgia and Macchiavelli. 52. 
(Photographs.) 

Calling the roll after pillage. 161. 
(Photographs.) 
Cavalier (A). 117. (Photographs.) 
Cavalier waiting an audience. 91. 
(Photographs.) 

Charge of the 9th regiment of cuir- 
rassiers, village of Mors-Bronn, dav 
of battle of Reiehshoffen, Aug. 6, 1870. 
37. (Photographs.) 

Contemplation. 174. (Photographs.) 
Council (The) house, Grenada. 50. 
(Photographs.) 

Crossing the ford. 153. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Dead calm, coast of Holland. 22. 
(Photographs.) 

Departure (The) of the Rouen dili- 
gence. 75. (Photographs.) 

Fautasie. 110. (Photographs.) 
Farm (The) at Barbison. 116. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 
Finish (The). 59. (Photographs.) 
Flight (The) of night. 70. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Fontainebleau. 39. (Photographs.) 
Fox hunt. 69. (Photographs.) 
Ganymede, Jove's cup-bearer. 118. 
(Photographs.) 

Girl with white cap. 71. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Great (The) oak of Ornans. 24. 
(Photographs.) 
Guardian (The). 58. (Photographs.) 
Hagar and Ishmael. 166. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Hailing the ferry. 80. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Halt (The). 120. (Photographs.) 
Halt (The) in the desert. 51. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Herd (The). 159. (Photographs.) 
Highland sheep. 9. (Photographs.) 
In the country. 121. (Photographs.) 
Lady with the white shawl. 16. 
(Photographs.) 

Landscape. C. F. Daubiguy. 35. 
(Photographs.) 

J. B. C. Corot. 23. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

J. C.Cazin. 19. (Photographs.) 

Landscape. P. D. Trouillebert. 152. 
(Photographs.) 

Landscape and cattle. 8. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Landscape and sheep. 77. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Little (The) rogue. 93. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Masked ball at the opera house. 72. 
(Photographs.) 



Penn. academy of fine arts, Philadelphia : 

Masque (The). 21. (Photographs.) 

Maternal affection. 92. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Meditation. 10. (Photographs.) 

Morning (The) lesson. 17. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Moorish dancing girl. 175. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Moorland (The). 41. (Photographs.) 

New (A) England woman. 6. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

November. 156. (Photographs.) 

Nuns. 57. (Photographs.) 

On the borders of the marsh. 108. 
(Photographs.) 

On the lookout. 173. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

On the St. John river, N. B. 82. 
(Photographs.) 

Peasant girl. 94. (Photographs.) 

Portrait of Eliza Leslie. 142. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Portrait of Elizabeth Bordley. 126. 
(Photographs.) 

Portrait of Frances Anne Kemble. 
141. (Photographs.) 

Portrait of George Frederick Cooke 
as Richard III. 140. (Photographs.) 

Portrait of Helen Modjeska-Chla- 
powski. 34. (Photographs.) 

Portrait of Hon. Richard Vaux. 67. 
(Photographs.) 

Portrait of John Nixon. 128. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Portrait of a lady. 90. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Portrait of Mrs. Richard Peters, jr. 
129. (Photographs.) 

Portrait of Mrs. Samuel Blodgett. 
125. (Photographs.) 

Portrait of Mrs. William Jackson. 
127. (Photographs.) 

Portrait of the artist, C. W. Peale. 
106. (Photographs.) 

Portrait of the artist, Rembrandt 
Peale. (Photographs.) 

Portrait of a woman in a hood. 158. 
(Photographs.) 

Potato (The) harvest. 11. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Rainy (The) day. 97. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Ramblers (The). 38. (Photographs.) 
Regina. 64. (Photographs.) 
Return (The) of the dock. 9:>. K Vho- 
tographs.) 
Revelation. 172. (Photographs.) 
Right (The) Hon. William Ewart 
Gladstone at Downing street. 66, 
(Photographs.) 
Roman youth. 26. (Photographs.) 
Roumanian lady. 5. (Photographs,) 
Sophia Western. 86, (Photographs.) 
Summer (The) stroll. 7. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



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Perm, academy of fine arts, Philadelphia : 

Supplication (The). 27. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Surprise (A) in the environs of Metz. 
102. (Photographs.) 

Thorny (The) path. 25. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Three (The) beggars of Cordova. 
167. (Photographs.) 

Toilet (The) of Venus. 10. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Two members of the temperance 
society. 109. (Photographs.) 

Venice. 115. (Photographs.) 

View on the Seine. 36. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Violinist (The). 65. (Photographs.) 

Waiting for the low tide to gather 
seaweed, coast of Brittany. 124. 
(Photographs.) 

Wave (The). 68. (Photographs.) 
Pepper (J. W.), Philadelphia: 

Estey (The) march. Two-step. For 
band. By R. O. Eaton. (Music.) 

M. A. C. march. Two-steo. For band. 
By R. M. Stults. (Music.) 
Pitcher (Ernest Day), Chicago: 

We's not cullud, we's bawn dis way. 
(Photographs.) 
Porter (E. H.) and Wilson (Joe P.), 
Springfield, Mo. : 

Porter (E. H.) and Wilson (Joe. P.) 
The battle of Manila and triumphal 
march Dewey. (Books: 2.) 
Pott (James) & co., New York: 

Jaggar (T. A.) The man of the ages, 
and other present-day sermons. 
(Books: 1.) 
Powers, Fowler & Lewis, Chicago: 

C h a u t a u q u a instruction book. 
(Books: 2.) 

Words of praise for the Chautauqua 
combination drawing board and writ- 
ing desk. (Books: 2.) 
Price & Lee co., New Haven, Conn. : 

New Haven directory (including 
West Haven). 1898. no. 59. (Books: 1.) 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons, New York: 

Fernow (B.) New Amsterdam family 
names and their origin. [Half-moon 
series, v. 2. June, 1898, no. 6.] (Books: 

Macaulay (T. B.) The history of 
England, from the accession of James 
the Second, v. 1. [Whitehall ed.] 
(Books: 1.) 

v. 2. [Whitehall ed.] (Books: 

With an introduction bv Edward 

P. Cheyney. [Whitehall ed.] v. 3. 
Illustrated. (Books: 1.) 

v. 4. Illustrated. (Books: 1.) 

Scheppegrell ( W.) Electricity in the 
diagnosis and treatment of diseases of 
the nose, throat, and ear. (Books: 1.) 



Rand, McNallv & co., Chicago: 

Battle of Manila. May 1,1898. 10x12. 
(Chromos.) 

United (The) States army and navy. 
(Books: 1.) 
' Reeder (David H.), Chicago: 

Reeder (D. H.) Home health club, 
v. 1. 1st ed. (Books: 1.) 
Reeve (Louise Tanner), Buxton, N. Dak. : 
Reeve (Bndd), himself. How every 
man may be his own bloated bond- 
holder. (Books: 2.) 
; Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Clark (Francis E.) Fellow-travelers. 
(Books: 1.) 
Ricordi (G.) & co., Milan, Italy: 

In Nativitate D. N. J. C. In I nonp. 
vesperis. Psalmodia modulata quatuor 
vocibus conciuenda. ComposuitPresb. 
Laurentius Perosi. (Music.) 

Messa. A tre voci d'uomo. Con 

ace. d'organoo d'armonio. Composta 
da Don Lorenzo Perosi. (Music.) 

Messa da requiem. A tre voci d'uomo. 
Con. ace. d'organoo d'armonio. Comp. 
da Don Lorenzo Perosi. (Music.) 
Riddell (John G.), Belle Vernon, Pa. : 
Rosie and Mamie, the bicycle girls. 
Waltz song and chorus. By Harry B. 
Marshall. (Music.) 
Ries & Erler, Berlin : 

Stiefmiitterchen. Idylle fur das 
piano. Coraponirt von Richard Eilen- 
berg. op. 211. (Music.) 

Was der mensch ist. Chemisch-ko- 
misches quartett fur miinnerstimmen. 
Componirt von Adolf Kirchl. op. 45. 
(Music.) 
Riley (James AVhitcomb), Indianapolis, 
Ind.: 

Riley (J. W.) Poems here at home. 
The poems and prose sketches of J. W. 
R. (Books: 1.) 
Ripley & Tapper, Boston : 

Ripley (F. H.) & Tapper (T.) A 
short course in music. Book 1. [Nat- 
ural music series.] (Books: 1.) 
* Rita, London : 

Rita. A daughter of the people. A 
novel, chaps. 1 and 2. (Books: 3.) 

chaps. 3, 4, and 5. (Books : 3.) 

Roessler (O. F.), Jefferson, Wis. : 

Jefferson county history. Wednes- 
day, June 15, 1870. (Books : 3.) 
Rohlfing sons' music co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. : 

Cannon march. Unter k an on en 
donner marsch. By Edmund Braham 
Four-hand arrangement by F. Bruesch 
weiler. (Music.) 
Rosche George F.), Chicago: 

Cheer Old Glory. By E. E. Hewitt 
and G. F. Rosche. Song. (Music.) 

Columbia. A patriotic juvenile can- 
tata. Libretto by E. E. Hewitt. Music 
by G. F. Rosche. (Music hook.) 



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Rosclie (George F.), Chicago: 

Patriot's "(The) pledge. By E. E. 
Hewitt and G. F. Rosche. Song. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Rose (Timothy D.), National Military 
Home, Ohio: 

Rose (T. D.) Phonographic short- 
hand up to date. (Books: 2.) 

* Rosenthal (Albert), Philadelphia: 

Andre (John). Etching. (Engrav- 
ings.) 

* Rosenthal (Max), Philadelphia: 

Shaw (Lemuel), Chief Justice of 
Massachusetts. (Engravings.) 
Rothwell (Richard P.), New York: 

The mineral industry, its statistics, 
technology, and trade in the United 
States and other countries to the end 
of 1897. vol. 6. Supplementing vols. 
1 to 5. Edited b v Richard P. Roth well. 
(Books: 1.) 
Rymer (A. L.), Hurricane, W. Va.: 

Rymer (A. L.) Normal outlines of 
general history; tables of great men 
of centuries; historical sayings and 
pseudonyms; questions and answers. 
(Booksr'l.) 
Sanborn-Perris mapco., ltd., New York: 

Bayou Sara and St. Francisville, W. 
Feliciana county, La. May, 1898. 
(Maps.) 

Brewster, Putnam county, N. Y. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Buckkannon, Upshur county, W. Va. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Clinton, E. Feliciana parish, La. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Dothen, Henry county, Ala. May, 
1898. (Maps.) 

El Paso, Woodford county, 111. May 
1898. (Maps.) 

Gainesville, Hall county, Ga. May, I 
1898. (Maps.) 

Greenville, Butler county,Ala. June, ! 
1898. (Maps.) 

Greenwood, Greenwood county, S. C. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Hico, Hamilton county, Tex. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

La Harpe, Hancock county, 111. May, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Lititz, Lancaster county, Pa. May, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Magnolia, Pike county, Miss. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Marathon, Cortland county, N. Y. 
May, 1898. (Maps.) 

Mitchell, Davison countv, S. Dak. 
May, 1898. (Maps.) 

Moravia, Cayuga county, N. Y. May, 
1898. (Maps.)" 

New London, Wis. May, 1898. 
(Maps.) 

Opelika, Lee county, Ala. May, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Redfield, Spink county, S. Dak. (In- 
surance maps of.) June, 1898. (Maps.) 



Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Rye, Westchester county, N. Y. May, 
1898". (Maps.) 

Walterboro, Colleton county, S. C. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Washington, Tazewell county, 111. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Weston, Lewis county, W. Va. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Wheaton, Dupage county, 111. (In- 
surance maps of.) June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Willistou, Barnwell county, S. C. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 
Saunders (W. B), Philadelphia: 

Mraeek (F.) Atlas of syphilis and 
the venereal diseases, including a brief 
treatise on the pathology and treat- 
ment. Authorized translation from 
the German. Edited by L. Bolton 
Bangs. (Books: 1.) 
Schafer (Joseph), Valley City, N. Dak. : 

(Schiller.) The Swiss patriots. A 
scene from Wilhelm Tell. Translated 
from the German by J. Schafer. 
(Books: 2.) 
Schilling (William Edgar), Kansas City, 
Mo.: 

32 to 1 that you will not leave your 
family in comfortable circumstances 
when you die. (Books : 2.) 
Schirmer (G.), New York : 

Amoureux(Les). " Through winding 
ways." Song. For mezzo-soprano or 
baritone. ByC.Minetti. (Music.) 

Come, live with me. Song. For 
mezzo-soprano or baritone. By C. 
Minetti. (Music.) 

Were I a star. Song, with piano- 
forte accompaniment. Composed by 
C. B. Hawley. Soprano or tenor, in G. 
(Music.) 
Schlesinger (Alexander) & Kiesewetter 
(Guenther), Jersey City, N. J. : 

Schuetzen - Liesl. (Marks m a n ' s 
maiden.) March. Words by Alexan- 
der Schlesinger. Music by Guenther 
Kiesewetter. English version by Anna 
Trick. (Music). 
Schmidt & co., New York: 

Free flags. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting. ) 

Schley. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 
Schroeder (Gustavus W.), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. : 

Schroeder (G.W.) History of the 
Swedish baptists in Sweden and Amer- 
ica. (Books: 1.) 
Schroeder (J. II.), New York : 

Gentle (The) maiden. March and 
two-step. Piano simplified. Composed 
by Richard Goerdeler. (Music) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co.. New York: 

President's (The) march. By Victor 
Herbert. Arranged by Otto Langey 
for orchestra. [Casino collection, no. 
38.] (Music.) 



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Scoville (Charles L.), Troy. N. Y. : 

National (The) volunteer march. 
Two-step. By Chas. L. Scoville. 
(Music.) 
Securities co., Philadelphia: 

Pennsylvania securities. 6th annual 
number. (Books: 1.) 
Sergeant (Adeline), England: 

Sergeant (A.) The love story of Mar- 
garet Wynne, chap. 9 (continued), 10, 
11, and 12. [Chicago record, June 30 
and July 1, 1898.] (Books: 3.) 
Shanley (Hobart J.) &. co., Burlington, 
Vt.: 

Robinson (R. E.) A hero of Ticon- 
deroga. (Books: 1.) 
Sheard (Charles) & co., London: 

Sleep, ma pickaninny. Plantation 
lullaby. Written by "Perroquet." 
Composed by Spencer Dickinson. 
(Music.) 
Sheldon & co.,New York: 

Sight (The) reader. Supplemental 
reader for beginners, prepared by ex- 
pert primary teachers. (Books: 1.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

Shepard's national system of adhe- 
sive annotations. Supplement to vols. 
65, 6Q, 67, Minnesota decisions. (Books : 
2.) 
Shewey (A. C), Chicago: 

Shewey's complete, official, handy 
reference pocket atlas and cyclopedia; 
containing authentic historical infor- 
mation, etc. Spanish- American con- 
flict made plain. (Books: 2.) 
Simon (Carl), Berlin: 

Catalonisches lied. G dur. Kom- 
pouiert von Franz Poeuitz. op. 40. 
Fur harmonium and klavier. (Music.) 

Ruuianisches schlummerlied. Fiir vi- 
oline und harmonium (Orgel). By Ru- 
dolph Kortenbach. op. 17. Arranged 
by Richard Lang. (Music.) 

Sonatina all' antico. Komponiert 
von Albert Fuchs. op. 36. [Drei kleine 
sonaten fiir violine und klavier. no. 2.] 
(Music.) 

Sonatine in D dur. Komponiert von 
Albert Fnchs. op. 36. [Drei kleine 
sonaten fiir violine und klavier. no. 
l.J (Music.) 

Sonatine in H moll. Komponiert von 
Albert Fuchs. op. 36. [Drei kleine 
sonaten fiir violine und klavier. no. 3.] 
(Music.) 

Walzer-suite. Fiinf-walzer von Mor- 
itz Moszkowski. op. 8. .Fiir zwei 
klaviere zu acht hiinden. Ubertragen 
von August Reinhard. (Music.) 
Smith (Fannie), U. S. : 

Rock me to sleep in the old arm 
chair. By Fannie Smith. (Music.) 
Smith (J. L. ), Philadelphia : 

Santiago de Cuba. (Map of the seat 
of the war in the province of. ) (Maps. ) 



Spaulding (George L.), New York: 

Patriotic (The) coon. Song. Words 
and music by George M. Cohan. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Standard fashion co., New York: 

C. F. L. Ladies' full figure. (Prints.) 
C. F. M. Ladies' full figure. (Prints.) 
C. F. O. Ladies' full figure. (Prints.) 
C. F. R. Ladies' full figure. (Prints.) 
C. F. S. Ladies' full figure. (Prints.) 
C.F.T. Ladies' full figure. (Prints.) 
C.F. W. Ladies' full figure. (Prints.) 
C.F. Y. Ladies' half figure. (Prints.) 
C. F. Z. Ladies'half figure. (Prints.) 
C.G. A. Ladies'half figure. (Prints.) 
C.G. B. Ladies' full figure. (Prints.) 
C. G. D. Misses' full figure. (Prints.) 
C.G. H. Girls' full figure. (Prints.) 
Colored fashion plate, no. 1. Illus- 
trating figures 1 and 2, from the De- 
signer, Aug., 1898. (Lithographs.) 

no. 2. Illustrating figures 3 and 

4, fromthe Designer, Aug.. 1898. (Lith- 
ographs.) 

On first cover page of the De- 
signer, Aug., 189«. (Lithographs.) 

Standard pattern no. 4368. Girl's 
dress. (Prints.) 

no. 4369. Misses' dress. (Prints.) 

no. 4374. Girl's dress. (Prints.) 

no. 4379. Ladies' costume. 

(Prints.) 

no. 4386. Ladies' shirt waist. 

(Prints.) 
State of Michigan. By Washington 
Gardner, sec'y of state, Michigan: 

Michigan reports. Cases decided in 
the supreme court of Michigan from 
Mar. 24 to June 30, 1896. v. 109. 1st 
ed. (Books: 1.) 
Steckle (Sarah), Freeport, Mich. : 

Birds of the woodland. (A waltz.) 
By S. Steckle. (Music.) 
Stern (.Joseph W.) & co.. New York: 

Mrs. Rooney 's cat. Written by James 
Curran. Composed by Felix McGlen- 
non. (Music.) 
Stewart and Bauer, Philadelphia: 

Aria "Nina." G. B. Pergolese. 1710- 
1736. Arranged for guitar by C. F. 
Elzear Fiset. (Music.) 

Clara. Polka mazurka. For 2 man- 
dolins and guitar. By E. H. Frey. 
(Music.) 

Minuet. Beethoven. Arranged for 
guitar by C. F. Elzear Fiset. (Music.) 
Moment musical. Schubert, op. 94. 
no. 3. Arranged for guitar by C. F. 
Elzear Fiset. (Music.) 
Stokes (Frederick A.) co., New York: 
Barr ('«'..) Jennie Baxter, journal- 
ist, no. 7. The modern Avizard in his 
magic attic. ((Books: 2.) 

Chambers (R. W.) The haunts of 
men. (Books: 1.) 



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Street and Smith, New York : 

Coryell (J. R.) Among the nihilists. 
(Book's: 1.) 
Strobridge litho. co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Figure. 3 sheet. N. Y. no. 7979. 
(Lithographs.) 

Frisco line. C. no. 1863. 12 sheet. 
(Lithographs.) 

Johnson. N. Y. no. 8082. 8 sheet. 
(Prints.) 

no. 8093. ^-sheet. (Lithographs.) 

Jose. N. Y. no. 8081. 8-sheet- 
(Prints.) 

no. 8092. ^-sheet. (Lithographs.) 

no. 8091. 3-sheet. (Lithographs.) 

Kendall. N. Y., no. 8071. 1-sheet. 
(Prints.) 

Stand. N. Y.. no. 8079. 28-sheet. 
(Prints.) 
Strohmeyer & Wyman, Montclair, N. J. : 

Birdseye view of the army trans- 
ports lor Santiago. Tampa. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Brig. Gen. Adna R. Chaffee and staff. 
(Photographs.) 

Camp of the Second Illinois volun- 
teers, Jacksonville, Fla., U. S. A. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Chaplain Brown of the ''Rough 
Riders v preaching to the regiment. 
(Photographs. ) 

Chrysanthemums. 500 varieties, 
no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Co. E street, ''Rough Riders" camp, 
Tampa, U. S A. (Photographs.) 

Col. Leonard Y\ ood of the ''Rough 
Riders." (Photographs.) 

Col. \Yni. Ast r L'hanler at the front. 
(Photographs.) 

Col. Win. Wherry, commanding 2d 
U. S. Infantry. (Photographs.) 

"Concho" (The) carrying two regi- 
ments of regulars to Santiago de Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

Crowd in front of Government build- 
ing, waiting for Hon. \Y. J. Bryan, 
opening clay, Trans- Mississippi exposi- 
tion. (Photographs.) 

Dash (A) through the water. Caval- 
ry horses, Camp Tampa, U. S. A. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Dock at Tampa on the day of sailing 
for Santiago de Cuba. (Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

no.3. (Photographs.) 

no. 4. (Photographs.) 

Dressing the bride, nos. 1 and 2. 
(Photographs. ) 

Eighth U. S. Infantry ready to em- 
bark for Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Farewell to our heroes in blue; off 
for Santiago deCuba. i Photographs.) 

Fine arts building. Trans-Mississippi 
exposition, Omaha, Nebr. no. 1. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, Montclair, N. J. : 

Fireworks display, Trans-Mississippi 
exposition, no. 1. (Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Fountains in front of Government 
building, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 
(Photographs.) 

General view of the court, from the 
east, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 
(Photographs.) 

General view of the court from the 
Government building, Trans -Missis- 
sippi exposition. (Photographs.) 

General view of the "Rough riders' " 
campatTampa,U. S. A. (Photographs.) 

Government (The) building and la- 
goon, from the Mines and mining 
building, Trans 7 Mississippi exposition. 
(Photographs.) 

Governor Holcomb, of Nebraska, 
making the opening address, Trans- 
Mississippi exposition. (Photographs. ) 

no. 1. (Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Horticultural (The) building, Trans- 
Mississippi exposition, no. 1. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Illinois (The) state building, Trans- 
Mississippi exposition, Omaha, Nebr. 
(Photographs.) 

In the "streets of all nations," Trans- 
Mississippi exposition, no. 1. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

no, 3. (Photographs.) 

Interior of horticultural building, 
California fruit exhibit, Trans-Mis- 
sissippi exposition. (Photographs.) 

Last (The) home drill. 71st N. Y. 
volunteers, day of sailing for Santi- 
ago de Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Last (A) letter home. Off for Cuba 
to-morrow. (Photographs.) 

"Leona" (The) carrying our brave 
boys to drive Spaniards from Santiago 
de Cuba. (Photographs. ) 

Lieut. Col. Roosevelt, Richard Hard- 
ing Davis, Stephen Bonsall, and Maj. 
Dunn. (Photographs. ^ 

Lieut. Col. Theo. Roosevelt and 
Richard Harding Davis. ( P h o t o - 
graphs.) 

Linut. Col. Theo. Roosevelt, of the 
"Rough Riders." (Photographs.) 

Long and short of Co. K, and X. .' . 
vols., Jacksonville, Fla.. I. 8. A. 
(Photographs.) 

Looking east from Liberal arts build- 
ing, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 
(Photographs.) 

Looking through colonnade, toward 
Liberal arts building, Trans-Mis- 
sissippi exposition. (Photographs.) 

Machinery (The) and eleotrioity 
building, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 
Omaha, Nebr. no. I. (Photographs.) 



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Strohineyer & Wyman, Montclair, N. J. : 

Machinery (The) and electricity 
building, Trans-Mississippi exposition, 
Omaha, Nebr. no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Maj. Gen. (Fighting Joe) Wheeler, 
the famous Confederate cavalryman. 
(Photographs.) 
no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Maj. Gen. Miles and army trans- 
port, sailing day, Tampa, U. S. A. 
(Photographs.) 

Maj. Gen. Miles and foreign mili- 
tary attaches, Tampa, U. S. A. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Maj. Gen. Miles and staff. At the 
front. (Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Maj. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, com- 
mander of the United States armies, 
no. 1. (Photographs.) 

no. 2. Photographs. ) 

Maj. Gen. Shafter, commander of the 
army of invasion at Santiago de Cuba, 
no. 1. (Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Maj. Gen. Shafter, commanding the 
first expedition to Cuba. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Maj. Gen. Wheeler, Col. Wood, and 
Maj. Brodie. (Photographs.) 

Maj. Gen. Wheeler, Colonel Wood, 
Lieut. Col. Roosevelt, Maj. Brodie, Maj. 
Dunn, and Chaplain Brown. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Manufacturers' (The) building, 
Trans-Mississippi exposition. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Midway" (The), from Administra- 
tion building, Trans-Mississippi expo- 
sition. (Photographs.) 

Nebraska (The) State building, 
Trans-Mississippi exposition. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

New York millionaires of Roosevelt's 
" Rough Riders." (Photographs.) 

Ninth U. S. cavalry-dismount. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

North side of the court, Trans-Mis- 
sissippi exposition. (Photographs.) 

Off' with our boys to Cuba. The 
fleet from deck of the transport " Vigi- 
lancia." (Photographs.) 

On the U. S. skirmish line. Ready for 
the enemy, no. 1. (Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Opening exercises at the east end of 
the court, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 
(Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

no. 3. (Photographs.) 

no. 4. (Photographs.) 

Opening exercises at the Government 
building, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 
(Photographs.) 

Our Avell-known stereoscopic photo- 
grapher, H. A. Strohmeyer, blanket 
court-martialed by his army friends. 
(Photographs.) 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, Montclair, N. J. : 

President Mckinley at his desk in the 
White House. Washington, U. S. A. 
(Photographs.) 

Room for one more. Williams can- 
yon, Colo., U. S, A. no. 3. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs. ) 

Roosevelt's "Rough riders" in camp. 
Tampa, U. S. A. (Photographs.) 

"Rough riders" filling belts with 
cartridges. (Photographs.) 

"Rough riders" — Three cheers for 
Hobson. (Photographs.) 

Sea gulls on the Pacific Ocean. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Seventy-first New York volunteers on 
the dock, day of sailing from Tampa, 
U.S.A. (Photographs.) 

Shoot (The). Sutro baths, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. (Photographs.) 

Skirmish line entrenchment. Pre- 
paring for the enemy, no. 1. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

South (The) arch, from Administra- 
tion building, Trans-Mississippi expo- 
sition. (Photographs.) 

South (The) arch, Trans-Mississippi 
building. (Photographs ) 

South (The) side of the Horticultural 
building, Trans-Mississippi exposition. 
(Photographs.) 

Troop B, 3d U. S. cavalry, as infantry 
for Cuban invasion. (Photographs.) 

Troop D of the "Rough Riders" as 
they went into Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Troop H, Capt. Curry, "Rough 
Riders." no. 1. (Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Troops embarking for Santiago de 
Cuba from Tampa, U. S. A. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

"Yigilancia" (The). Army troops — 
off for Santiago de Cuba. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Waiting for the opening exercises, 
Trans-Mississippi exposition. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Yucatan" (The) carrying the fa- 
mous Roosevelt's Rough Riders to 
Cuba. no. 1. (Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Strong (H.M.), U.S.: 

Strong (H. M.) On the side of 
justice. (Books: 3.) 
Stroud (C. B.), New York: 

Stroud (C. B., comp.) Coffee. In- 
ternal-revenue tax on future contracts. 
(Books: 2.) 

Swisher (M. D.), Philadelphia: 

Smoky Sam. A characteristic two- 
step. By S. M. Roberts. (Music.) 

Taylor (J. James), Scranton, Pa. : 

Taylor's Scranton city directory for 
the year 1898. (Books:!.) 






81 



IXDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETOHS— Continued. 



Taylor ^John "William). England: 

Taylor (J. W.) Result of research 

in mental science. (Books: 1.) 
Thayer & Jackson stationery co., Chi- 
cago : 

Shatter ^Maj. Gen. Wm.E.) (Litho- 
graphs.) 
Sigsbee (Capt. CD.) (Lithographs.) 
"Thomas (Heirs of J. R.), U. S. : 

Apart. Words by George Cooper. 

Music by J. R. Thomas. (Music.) 
Thompson (Lewis X.), Louisville, Ky. : 
Thompson (E. P.) History of the 

orphan brigade. (Books: 1.) 
Thurston print, Portland, Me. : 

Directory of Portland and vicinity. 

v.39. [1898 directory.] (Books: 1.) 
Travis (Jerome), Saginaw, East Side, 

Mich. : 
Conquest of Palestine. Map 4. 

(Maps.) 
Empire of David and Solomon. 

Map 7. (Maps.) 

•lournevs of Abraham. Map 1. 

(Maps.) 
Journeys of Isaac and Jacob. Map 

2. (Maps.) 

Jourueyings of Israel. Map 3. 

(Maps.) 
Kingdom of Saul. Map 6. (Maps.) 
Kingdoms of Judah and Israel. Map 

8. (Maps.) 

Palestine under the judges. Map 5. 

(Maps.) 
Tretbar (Charles F.), Xew York: 

Drei staendchen. (Three serenades.) 

Fuer piauo. Componirt von Ed. Pol- 

dini. op. 22. no. 1. E flat major. 

(Music.) 

no. 2. B major. (Music.) 

no. 3. B flat major. (Music.) 

Two piano pieces. Composed by Ed. 

Poldini. op. 21. no. 1. Waltz. (Music.) 

no 2. Burlesque. (Music.) 

Vier idyllen. (Four idyls.) Fuer 

piano. Componirt von Ed. Poldini. 

op. 23. no. 1. G minor. (Music.) 

no. 2. D major. (Music.) 

no. 3. F sharp minor. (Music.) 

no. 4. A major. (Music.) 

Walzer-preludien. (Waltz preludes. ) 

Fuer piano. Componirt von Ed. Pol- 
no. 1. E flat minor. (Mu- 



dini. 

sic.) 



op. 24. 



no. 2. E flat major. (Music.) 
— no. 3. B major. (Music.) 

no. 4. F sharp minor. (Music.) 

no. 5. F sharp major. (Music.) \ 

Tuttle (Chas D.), Philadelphia: 

Norine. Overture. By H. En gel- i 
mann. op. 280. (Music.) 
Underwood & Underwood, Xew York : 
Abel. By Dupre\ Pitti palace gal- 
lery, Florence, Italy. 5010. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Academy of art. Munich, Germany. 
5110. (Photographs.) 

3881— Vol. 16, No. 1 



Underwood & Underwood, Xew York: 

Arches (The) of the Loggia, Flor- 
ence, Italy. (Greatly admired by 
Michael Angelo.) 5053. (Photographs.) 

Bacchus and Ampelus, Uffizi gallery, 
Florence, Italy. 5019. (Photographs'.) 

Bride ( The) of the sea. A view from 
the Campanile, Venice, Italy. 5080. 
(Photographs.) 

Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy. Be- 
tween a palace and a prison." 5082. 
(Photographs.) 

Cain. By Dupre. Pitti palace gal- 
lery, Florence, Italy. 5051. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Campanile (The) and Ducal palace, 
Venice, Italy. 5060. (Photographs.) 

Canova's Venus, Pitti palace gallery, 
Florence, Italy. 5052. (Photographs'.) 

Cascades (The) at Linderhof, Royal 
palace, Bavaria, Germany. 5112. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Castle Linderhof, Bavaria, Germany. 
King Lud wig's little jewel in the Alps. 

5114. (Photographs.) 

Castle Linderhof, the favorite retreat 
of King Lud wig II, Bavaria. Germany. 

5115. (Photographs.) 

Corridor in the Uffizi gallery, Flor- 
ence, Italy. 5017. (Photographs.) 

Dancing (The) faun, restored by 
Michael Angelo,Tribuna,Uffizi gallery, 
Florence, Italy. 5016. (Photographs.) 

Doge's palace, St. Mark's church, and 
clock tower ; from the place of execu- 
tion, Venice, Italy. 5075. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Ducal (The) palace pillar, Drunken- 
ness of Xoah, and the Bridge of Siuhs. 
Venice, Italy. 5068. (Photographs.) 

Duomo (The), " the very great heart" 
of Florence (A. D. 1296-1462), Italy. 
5001. (Photographs.) 

Feeding the doves in front of San 
Marco, Venice, Italy. 5064. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

5065. (Photographs.) 

5066. (Photographs.) 

Figure on Medici tomb, by Michael 
Angelo, Xew Sacresty, Florence. Italy. 
5032. (Photographs.') 

Florence, Italy; flower of all cities, 
city of all flowers. From San Miuiato. 
5045. (Photographs.) 

Florence. Italy, the lily of the Arno: 
looking from San Miniato. 5048. (Pho- 
tograplis. ) 

Frauen (The) kirche. Nurnberg, Ba- 
varia, Germany. ( Photographs.) 

Glimpse in the Pitti palace gallery, 
Florence, Italy: showing Raphael's 
famous Madonna. XXX^. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Grand (The) canal, Venice, Italy. 
5056. ^Photographs.^ 

5056 A. v Photographs, ) 



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INDEX OF COPVRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 






Underwood & Underwood, New York : 
Hall of the Koiuaus, Glyptothek, 
Munich, Germany. 5042. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Karis platz and the new courts of 
justice. Munich, Germany. 5104. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

King Ludwig's Peep into paradise, 
Hohenschwangan and the A.lp-see, Ba- 
varia, Germany. 5122. (Photographs.) 
Largest (The) hop market in the 
world, Niirnberg, Bavaria, Germany. 
5084. (Photographs.) 

Linderhof, the home of an artist- 
king (Ludwig II). Bavarian Alps, 
Germauy. 2125. (Photographs.) 

5118. (Photographs.) 

Lion (The) of Venice, Italy. 5078. 
(Photographs.) 

Madam Le Brim, by herself, and [ 
celebrated Medici vase, Uffizi gallery, 
Florence, Italy. 5047. (Photographs. ) 
Marien platz and the ancient pin- 
nacled Rathhaus (A. D. 1365 i. Munich, 
Germany. 5107. (Photographs.: 

Michael Angelo's David, academy. 
Florence, Italy. Work of his youth, 
pride of his old age. 5026. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

5027. ( Photographs. > 

Michael Angelo's Moses, in San 
Pietro in Vincoii, Rome, Italy. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Michael Angelo's unfinished tomb of 
Giuliauo de Medici. Florence. Italy. 
5031. (Photographs.) 

Michael Angelo's unfinished tomb of 
Lorenzo de Medici, Florence, Italy. 
5030. (Photographs.) 

Misplaced (The) thumb. Pronieuade 
Platz, Munich, Germany ( Wittelsbach.) 
5103. (Photographs. 

Napoleon. ByCanova. Pitti gallery. 
Florence, Italy. 5009. (Photographs.) 
Neuschwanstein. from the heights, 
Bavarian Alps, Germany. Magnificent 
creation of unfortunate King Ludwig 
II. 5120. (Photographs.) 

New (The) Ratiihaus. Munich, Ger- 
many. 5108. (Photographs.) 

Niobe protecting her child. By 
Praxiteles i ?). Uffizi gallery, Florence, 
Italy. 5034. (Photographs.) 

Niirnberg the Ancient. Bavaria. Ger- 
many. 5098. (Photographs.) 

One of the old round towers in the 
walls of ancient Niirnberg, Germauy. 
5094. (Photographs.) 

One of the 150 canals in Venice, 
Italy. 5059. (Photographs.) 

Palace of the Doge, from the canal, 
Venice. Italy. 5069. (Photographs.) 

5061. (Photographs. ) 

Palazzo Ca' D"Oro, Grand canal, the 
mediaeval home of a merchant of 
Venice, Italy. 5057. (Photographs.) 



Underwood & L T nderwood, New York: 

Palazzo Vecchio and Piazza della 
Signoria. where Savonarola was im- 
prisoned and burned, Florence, Italy. 
5007. (Photographs. ) 

Pediment group from Argina temple, 
Greece (7th century B. C. ), Glyptothek, 
Munich, Germany. 5102. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Porta della Carta, grand entrance 
Ducal palace, Venice, Italy. 5074. 
(Photographs.) 

Quaint (The) old walls of Niirnberg, 



German v 



509: 



(Photo- 

Iu the 
(Pho- 



Bavari 
graphs.) 

Rape (The) of Polyxena. 
Loggia, Florence, Italy. 5054 
tographs. ; 

Rialto (The), grand canal, Venice, 
Italy. 5076. (Photographs.) 

River Pegnitz and the ancient 
Fleischbruck. Niirnberg, Germany. 
5095. (Photographs.) 

Royal castle, Neuschwanstein, Ba- 
varian Alps, Germany 5113. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

San Marco, Venice, Italy. An ori- 
ental poem in marble, mosaic, and gold. 
5062. (Photographs.) 

5062A. " (Photographs.) 

5062B. (Photographs.) 

Santa Maria della Salute, Grand 
canal, Venice, Italy. 5055. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Serpentine (A) by-way, Venice, Italy. 
5071. (Photographs.) 

Statue of Bavaria and Hall of fame, 
Munich. Germauy. 5106. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Statue of King Ludwig II., in his 
secluded gardens at Linderhof, Bavaria, 
Germany. 5116. (Photographs. ) 

Stooping (The) giant of Bologna. 
Dante. Leaning feudal towers (1109), 
Italy. 5005. (Photographs.; 

Tomb (The) of Calileo, church of 
Santa Croce, Florence, Italy. 5013. 
(Photographs.) 

Tomb of Michael Angelo, the great 
master, church of Santa Croce-, Flor- 
ence, Italy. 5012. (Photographs.) 

Tribuna (The), with some of its gems 
of art, Uffizi gallerv. Florence, Italy. 
5002. (Photographs.) 

Vecchio (The) bridge and the river 
Arno, Florence, Italy. 500'.'. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Venetian (The) lion in the Piazzette, 
from the lagoon, Venice, Italy. 5078A. 
(Photographs.) 

Venetian (A) well in an old court, 
Venice, Italy. 5058. (Photographs.) 

Venus Cniilos, Greek, after Praxiteles. 
Glyptothek, Munich, Germany. 5044. 
(Photographs.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Underwood & Underwood, New York: 

Venus de Medici. The statue that 
enchants the world. Florence, Italy. 
5028. (Photographs.) 

Well-curb (A). By Michael Angelo, 
Certosa monastery, near Florence, It- 
aly. 5025. (Photographs.) 

Wittelsbach (The) fountain, Mu- 
nich, Germany. 5105. (Photographs.) 

Wrestlers (The). An ancient master- 
piece, Tribuna, Ufhzi gallery, Florence, 
Italy. 5015. (Photographs.) 
Utica directory pub. co., Utica, N. Y. : 

Utica city directory. 1898. (Books: 

1.) 
^ an Kannel (Theophilus), New Y T ork: 

Doors; their evolution. (Books: 2.) 
Vaughan (W. R.), Louisville, Ky. : 

Yaughan's ex-slave pension record. 
Souvenir. (Books: 2.) 
Yitak (Louis), Canton, Ohio: 

Cleveland (The) coterie waltzes. By 
J.Y.Kalva. 
Waddell (A. H.), Lexington, Ky. : 

Common sense. As applied to the 
management and care of horses. 
[American stock farm, June 2-30.] 
(Books: 3.) 
Walbridge (Henry C). Brooklyn, N. Y. : 
Walbridge (H.C.) Brooklyn in the 
Rebellion, chap. 15. (Books: 3.) 
Walker (E.P.), Omaha, Nebr. : 

Omaha (A guide to) and the big- 
show. (The Trans-Mississippi and in- 
ternational exposition.) June to No- 
vember, 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Walker (Geo. H.) & co., Boston: 

Bird's-eye view, showing route from 
Boston to Norumbega park. (Maps.) 
Map of Commonwealth avenue street 
railway co. and connecting lines, show- 
ing route to Norumbega park. (Maps.) 
U.S. harbor-defense ram "Katahdin." 
(Lithographs.) 
Wallet (A.), Paris: 

Calme. 17 x 12. (Engravings.) 
Warner (Charles F.), Cambridge, Mass.: 
Roentgen (The) rays. Their pro- 
duction and use. (Books: 2.) 
Webber (G.), Jersey City, N. J. : 

Dollars and sense. (Books: 2.) 
Weekes & co., London, England: 

Friendly (The) hand. Words from 
"Present truth."' Music by A. E. J. 
McCreary. (Music.) 
Werner school book co., Chicago: 

Burton (A. H.) Four American 
patriots. Patrick Henry, Andrew 
.Jackson, Alexander Hamilton, Ulysses 
S. Grant. A book for young Americans. 
(Books: 1.) 
West pub. co., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Minnesota (A digest of tin 1 decisions 
of the supreme court of), from April, 
1892, to February, 1898. v. 3 of the 



West pub. co., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Southeastern (The) reporter, v. 29. 
Permanent ed. Mar. 15-May 31, 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 

United States circuit courts of ap- 
peals reports, v. 28. (Books: 1.) 
Western (The) methodist book concern, 
Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Halstead (William Riley). Christ in 
the industries. (Books: 1.) 
Westinghouse electric andrnfg. co., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. : 

Direct-current series arc lighting- 
generators. Catalogue no. 149 C. 
June, 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Whaley, Royce & co., Toronto: 

One pang of sorrow. Song for 
mezzo-soprano or baritone. Blanco. 
(Music.) 
Whidden (B.), Boston: 

Denton (S. F.) Moths and butter- 
flies of the United States east of the 
Rocky mountains. Sections. (Books: 
1.) 
Whittemore (Geo.), New Y T ork: 

Encyclopedia of ceramics, no. 26. 
(Books: 3.) 

no. 27. (Books: 3.) 

Williams (Espy W. H. ), New Orleans, 
La. : 

Husband (The). A society play in 1 
acts. By Espy Williams. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Williams (E. M.), Wilkes-Barre, Pa. : 

Williams' Wilkes-Barre city direc- 
tory, 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Williams (J. E.), Binghamton, N. Y. : 

Williams' Binghamton city directory 
for 1898. (Books; 1.) 
Williams & Rogers, Rochester, N. Y. : 

Reinhard (A.I.) A grammar school 
algebra. (Books: 1.) 
Willig (George) & co., Baltimore. Md. : 
" American medley." For violin and 
mandolin, with piano. Arranged by 
Alonzo J. May. (Music. | 

Our gallant 5th. March and two- 
step. Composed by Elbe Mayne Mc- 
Conkey. (Music.) 
Witmark (M.) A; sons, New York : 

Answer (The). Ballad. By Anthony 
J.Gray. (Music.) 

Cracker (The) .lack. Brass medley 
on popular airs. Arranged by W. 11. 
Mackie. (Music.) 

Darktown is out to-night. Coon song 
and chorus. By WillMarion, I Music. 

Don't mention the past. Song and 
chorus. By T. F. Morrissey. .Music. 

Gazelle ( La). By Theodore Bei 
Arranged for brass band. l\\ Herbert 
L.Clarke. (Music.) 

Grand aineriean fantasie. For cor- 
net and piano. By William Jaeger. 
(Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

I'll ask nim not to go. Song and 
chorus. By Raymond A. Brown and 
Rob't Cone. (Music.) 

Life on a man-of-war. Song and 
chorus. By Hattie Starr. (Music.) 

Little Miss Ida of Idaho. Story song. 
By Arthur Trevelyan. (Music.) 

Looking for a little recreation. Coon 
song. By J. A. Silvers and H. Y. 
Leavitt. (Music.) 

My dear old daddy. Song and chorus. 
By Minnie Belle. (Music.) 

One little girl I know. Song and 
chorus. By Edgar Smith and Fred'k 
Gagel. (Music.) 

That brown-skin baby mine. Coon 
song and chorus. By Sidney Perrin. 
(Music.) 
Witzmann (E.) & co. ? Memphis, Tenn. : 

Broom (The) brigade. Words by 
R. A. Browne. Music by Eduard Hoist. 
(Music.) 

Flag song. Words by R. A. Browne. 
Music by A. Jordan. (Music.) 



Witzmann (E.) & co., Memphis, Tenn. : 
Hark! 'tis the cuckoo. Words by 

R. A. Browne. Music by A. Jordan. 

(Music.) 
Jolly little sailors. Words by R. A. 

Browne. Music by Eduard* Hoist. 

(Music.) 
Little dairy maids. Words by R. A. 

Browne. Music by Jules Vernon. 

(Music.) 

Merry (A) gipsy band. Words by 
R. A. Browne. Music by J. Vernon. 
(Music.) 

Wise little owls. Words by R. A. 
Browne. Music by Eduard Hoist. 
(Music.) 

Young (Lucian), Washington, D. C: 
Young (L.) The " Boston" at Ha- 
waii. (Books: 1.) 

Zickel bros., Detroit, Mich. : 

Talk (The) of the town. Words by 
Harry C. Renchard. Music by Harry 
H. Zickel. (Music.) 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 
Washington, D. C. 






CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 16, no. 2. 
Whole mo. 367— July 20, 1898. 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 87 

(2) Miscellaneous 91 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 96 
II. Dramatic Compositions 99 

III. Periodicals 99 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions of Music 108 

V. Maps and Charts 125 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 126 



Page, 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 129 

VIII. Photographs 130 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, stat- 
uary, and models or designs in tended 
to he perfected as works of the line 
arts) 134 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors .. 136 



W A S II I N G TON: 

GOVERNMENT PEINTI N G O F F I C B . 

1898. 



EXPLANATION. — The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, cs 
shown in the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.'] 

I. BOOKS -(1) BOOKS PROPER, 

rranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Authors. 

lerican iron and steel association. 

Directory to the iron and steel works 
of the United States . . . To which is 
added a complete list of the iron and 
steel works of Canada and Mexico. 
14th ed. Corrected to April 1, 1898. 
Philadelphia, The Amer. iron and steel 
assoc, 1898. xv,380pp. 8°. cop. 90 
Copyright by The Amer. iron and 
steel assoc, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 
36556, June 11. 2 copies rec'd July 16. 

Anderson, Nephi. 

Added upon. A story. Salt Lake 
Citv, Utah, Deseret news pub. co., 1898. 
140pp. 12 c . cop. 91 

Copyright by N. Anderson, Brigham, 
Utah. 1898, no. 32114, May 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16. 

'he Bartlett agency. 

Directory of attorneys of The Bart- 
lett agency . . . Chicago, 111. [Sub- 
scribers' ed.] June 1, 1898. Chicago, 
1898. 438 pp. 16°. cop. 92 

Copyright by The Bartlett agency, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 37424, June 18. "2 
copies rec'd July 16. 

Jible. English. 

The new illustrated holy Bible, self- 
pronouncing, with marginal references 
and concordance. 800 original illus- 
trations. Containing the Old and New 
Testaments, translated out of the origi- 
nal tongues ; and with the former trans- 
lations diligently compared and re- 
vised. New York, International 
Bible agency [1898] vi, [1367] pp. 
illus. 8°. cop. 93 

Copyright by F. E. Wright, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 32800, May 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 13. 

Boyd's directory of Asbury Park, Ocean 
Grove, West Park, West Grove, Brad- 
ley Beach, Avon . . . Monmouth 
county, N. J. 1898. Philadelphia, 
C. E. Howe co., 1898. 8°. cop. 94 

Copyright by C. E. Boyd, Philadel- 



phia . 1898, no. 41256, July 9. 
rec'd July 11. 



copi 



Authors — Continued. 

Brooks, C[hristopher] P. 

Cotton : its uses, varieties, fiber 
structure, cultivation, and preparation 
for the market and as an article of com- 
merce; also the manufacture of cotton- 
seed oil, cotton-seed meal and fertili- 
zers . . . New York, London [etc.] 
Spon & Chamberlain, 1898. 384 pp. 
illus. 8°. cop. 95 

Copyright by C. P. Brooks, Lowell, 
Mass. 1898, no. 35064, June 8. 2 copies, 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Bryan, William Lowe, and Bryan, Char- 
lotte Lowe. 

Studies in Plato's republic ; for teach- 
ers. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 
1898. x,52pp. 12°. cop. 96 

Copyright bv C. Scribner's sons, New- 
York. 1898, no. 41916, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

Carleton, Will. 

City legends; new ed. from new 
plates. New York and London, Har- 
per & bros., 1898. viii pp., 1 1., 166 pp. 
pi. 12°. cop. 97 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. * 1898, no.' 38090, June 22. 2 copies 
rec'd July 15. 

Farm festivals; new ed. from new- 
plates. New York and London, Har- 
per & bros., 1898. x pp., 1 1., 151 pp. 
pi. 12°. cop. 98 
Copyright by Harper & bros.. New 
York. ' 1898, no. 38087, June 22. 2 copies 
rec'd July 15. 

Carman, Bliss. 

By the Auroliau wall, and other 
elegies. Boston, New York [etc.] 

Lamson, Wolffe & co.. 1898. 132 pp. 
12. cop. 

Copyright by Lanison. Wolffe A v o 
Boston. 1898, no. 20357, Mar. 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13. 

Clark, Alexander, J. M. comp. 

Standard dialogues; designed for 
school and parlor entertainments, tem- 
perance meetings, literary societies, etc. 

,v7 



88 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Clark, Alexander, A. M. comp.— Cont'd. 
Philadelphia, The Penn pub. co., 1898. 
202 pp. 12°. cop. 100 

Copyright by The Penn pub. co., 
Philadelphia. - 1898, no. 41912, July 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 13. 

Cook, Richard B. 

The grand old man; or, The life and 
public services of the right honorable 
William Ewart Gladstone, four times 
prime minister of England. [Phila- 
delphia] Publishers' union, 1898. 602 
pp. illus. 8°. cop. 101 

Copyright by R. B. Cook, Wilming- 
ton, Del. 1898, no. 31339, May 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 12. 

Costello, F. H. 

Under the rattlesnake flag; illus- 
trated bv J. S. Davis. Boston, Estes 
<fc Lauriat [1898] 302 pp. illus. 12°. 
cop. 102 

Gopvright by Estes & Lauriat, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 32278, May 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11. 

Davis, Varina Anne Jefferson. 

A romance of summer seas; a novel. 
New York and London, Harper & bros., 
1898. 2 p. 1., 277 [1] pp. 12 c . cop. 103 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898. no! 23606, Apr. 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 15. 

Dudley, Dean. 

Supplement to the history and gene- 
alogy of the Dudlev family, illustrated. 
[Wakefield] By the author, 1898. 96 
pp. pi. facsim. tab. 4°. cop. 104 

Copyright bv D. Dudley, Wakefield. 
Mass. 1898, no. 32865, May 27. 2 copies 
rec'd July 12. 

Dulles, John Wfelsh]. 

The soldier's friend. Philadelphia, 
J. W. Dulles [1898] 124 pp. 18°. cop. 

105 
Copyright by J. W. Dulles, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 41257, July 9. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14. 

The Foster-Munger co. 

Official price list [February 5, 1898] 
wholesale manufacturers, doors, blinds, 
glazed sash, moldings . . . Chi- 

cago [Donohue & Henneberry] 1898. 
1 p. 1., 463 pp. illus. port. 12°. cop. 

106 
. Copyright by The Foster-Munger co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 27434, May 2. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13. 

Garrett, Phineas. comp. 

Popular dialogues; comprising a 
great variety of "original material ex- 
pressly prepared by a corps of expe- 



Authors — Continued. 



Garrett, Phineas. comp. — Continued, 
rienced writers. Philadelphia, The 
Penn pub. co., 1898. 199 pp. 12°. 
cop. 107 

Copvrioht bv The Penn pub. co. 
Philadelphia. *1898, no. 41911, July 13 
2 copies rec'd July 13. 

George, Lyman F. 

Falling prices, and the remedy 
Boston, George bk. pub. co., 1898. 1 p.l 
vi, pp. 1 1., 231 pp. port. 12°. cop. 

108 

Copyright by L. F. George, Boston. 

1898, no. 27815, May 3. 2 copies rec'd 

July 12. 

Gribble, Francis. 

Sunlight and limelight. A story of 
the stage life and the real life. Com 
plete and authorized ed. New York 
G. Munro's sous, 1898. 207 pp. 12° 
cop. (Seaside library, pocket ed., no 
2183.) 109 

Copvright bv F. Gribble, London, 
S. W. " 1898, no.' 35317, June 9. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14. 

! Griffis, William Elliot. 

Charles Carleton Coffin, war corre 
spondent, traveler, author, and states 
man. Boston, Estes & Lauriat, 1898. 
357 pp. port. 8°. cop. 110 

Copyright by S. R. Coffin, U. S. 18 
no. 30654, May 17. 2 copies rec'd July 
14. 

Hall, William D. 

Rand -McNally English grammar and 
composition. Chicago and New York, 
Rand, McNally & co. [1898] 312 pp. 
12°. cop. Ill 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 41425, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 11. 

Hartford steam boiler inspection and in- 
surance co. 

The metric system of weights and 
measures. Hartford, Conn. [Case, 

Lockwood & Brainardco.] 1898. 196 
pp. 18°. cop. 112 

Copyright by Hartford steam boiler 
inspection and insurance co., Hartford, 
Conn. 1898, no. 28472, May 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 12. 

* Hawkins, J[ohn] K. 

The wonderful wonder, man, and the 
wonderfullv wondrous beast. Salem, 
Ya.,Priss, Sentinel. 1898. 182pp. 12°. 
cop. 113 

Couvright by J. K. Hawkins and J. 
B. Lotspeich, Pates Hill, Tenn. 1898, 
no. 21999, Apr. 6. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 22, 

1898. 



89 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Hay. Charles E. 

Luther, the reformer. Philadel- 
phia, Lutheran pub. soc. [1898] 201pp. 
16-. cop. (Lutheran hand-book series.) 

114 
Copyright by The Lutheran publica- 
tion society, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 
25770, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd July 12. 

Henderson, Charles Eichinond. 

Social elements, institutions, char- 
acter, progress. New York, C. Scrib- 
ner's sous. 1898. ix, 405 pp. 11. maps. 
12-. cop. 115 

Copyright bv C. Scribner's sons. New 
York. 1898, no. 41917, July 1 3. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

Janvier. Thomas A. 

In the Sargasso sea ; a novel. New 
York and London, Harper & bros., 1898. 
v, [1] pp., 11., 292, [1] pp. 12°. cop. 

116 
Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, no"! 22946, Apr. 11. 2 copies 
rec'd July 15. 

Johnson, Richard L[ewis]. 

Niagara; its history, incidents and 
poetry . . . Washington, D. C.,W. 
Neale", 1898. 85 pp. illus. pi. obi. 
8 G . cop. 117 

Copyright by Richard Lewis John- 
son and Walter Neale, Washington, 
D. C . 1898, no. 29922, May 14. 2 copies 
rec'd May 25. 

* Eirkman, Marshall M[onroe] . 

Duties and responsibilities of the 
locomotive engineer. A manual for 
firemen and those who seek to become 
engineers. Forming a part of Kirk- 
man's "Science of railways" . . . New 
York and Chicago, The World railway 
pub. co. [1898] 137 pp. illus. pi, 



12°. cop. 



118 



Copyright by The World railway 
pub. co., New York. 1898, no. 41930, 
July 13. 2 copies rec'd June 17. 

. . . Revised and enlarged ed. of 

The Science of railways . . . New 
York and Chicago, The World railway 
pub. co. [1898] 12 v. illus. pi. 
port. 12°. cop. 119-130 

Contents. 

v. 1. Railway equipment, 
v. 2. Railway organization. 

v. 3. Financing, constructing, and maintain- 
ing. 

v. 4. Train service. 

v. 5. Passenger, baggage, express, and mail 
service. 

v. 0. Freight business and affairs. 

a-. 7. Disbursements of railways. 

v. 8. Economic theory of rates. Private 
versus government control of railroads. 



Authors — Continued. 

*Kirkman, Marshall M[onroe] — Cont'd, 
v. 9. Fiscal affairs. Collection of revenue^ 
v. 10. General fiscal and other affairs. 
v. 11. Origin and evolution of transporta- 
tion, 
v. 12. General index. 

Copyright by The World railway 
pub. co., New York. 1898, nos. 41918- 
41929. 2 copies rec'd June 17. 

Landor, Walter Savage. 

Selections from the writings of 
Walter Savage Landor; edited with 
introduction and notes by W. B. S. 
Clymer. Boston, Ginn & co., 1898. 
xxxviii pp, 1 1., 261pp. port. 12°. cop. 
(The Athenaeum press series.) 131 

Copyright by W. B. S. Clymer, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 32088, May 24. 2 copies 
rec'd July 15. 

[Lewes, Marian Evans.] 

George Eliot's Silas Marner; edited 
with introduction and notes byR.A. 
Witham. Boston, Ginn & co"., 1898. 
xviii, 252 pp. port. 12°. cop. 132 

Copyright by R. A. Witham, Somer- 
ville, Mass. 1898, no. 41880, July 13. 2. 
copies rec'd July 14. 

Lyte, E [iiphalet] Oram. 

Elements of grammar and composi- 
tion. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
Amer. bk. co. [1898] 224 pp. 12°. cop. 
(Lyte's language series.) 133 

Copyright by E. O. Lyte, Millersville, 
Pa. 1898, no. 29908, May 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11. 

Maloy, Thomas J. 

Did God make the devil? Em- 
poria, Kans., J. Langellier, 1898. 210 
pp. port. 12°. cop. 134 

Copyright by T. J. Maloy, Emporia, 
Kans. 1897, no. 65630, Nov. 26. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11, 1898. 

* Massachusetts reports. Vol. 170. Part 
2. Cases argued and determined in the 
supreme judicial court of Massachu- 
setts. Jau. 11 to Mar. 1, 1S98. George 
F. Tucker, reporter. Boston. Little, 
Brown & co., 1898. L35 

Copyright bv Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 38102, June 22. 2 
copies rec'd July S. 1S98. 

Massachusetts reports. See Massachu- 
setts. Supreme judicial court. 

Massachusetts. Supreme judicial court. 
Massachusetts reports, v.xTO. pt. 3. 

Cases argued and determined . . . 
March 1 to April 9, 1898: Gk F. Tucker, 



90 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 

Massachusetts. Supreme judicial court — 

Continued. 
' reporter. Boston, Little. Brown & 
co., 1898. 8-. cop. 136 

Copyright by Little. Brown <fc co., 
Boston. 1898/ no. 39625, June 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 13. 

* Miles, [T. C] 

A snort and plain explanation of 
Farmer Miles' methods of animal cas- 
tration and spaying and after-treat- 
ment when necessary. By Farmer 
Miles. 2d ed.. rev. [Charleston, 

111.?] 1898. 82, [1] pp. illus. port. 
8°. cop. 137 

Copyright by "Farmer" T. C. Miles, 
Charleston. 111. 1898. no. 31794, May 23. 
1 copy rec'd July 2 and 1 May 23, 1898. 

Music and poetry of Xorfolk. 1898. 
See [Stoeckel, Carl] 

Ohio. Circuit courts. 

Reports of cases argued and deter- 
mined ... v. 15. Jan. 1 to June 30, 
1898. C.G.Jahn, editor. Columbus, 
Ohio, Weekly law bulletin, 1898. 8°. 
cop. 138 

Copyright by C. G. Jahn, Columbus, 
Ohio. " 1898, no. 41908, July 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13. 

Omar Khayyam. 

Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam . . . 
rendered into English verse by E. Fitz- ' 
gerald and into Latin by H. W. Greene. 
Authorized ed. Boston, Privately 
printed by N. II. Dole. 1898. 61, [2] pp. 
18 c . cop' 139 

Copyright by X. H. Dole. Boston. 
1898, no. 20876, Apr. 1. 2 copies rec'd 
July 12. 

Oswald, F[elix] L[eopold]. 

Adventures in Cuba; or. How an 
American boy saved his friend and 
escaped from a Spanish prison. Xew 
York, W. L. Allison co. [1898] 206 pp. 
pi. 12~. cop. 140 

Copvright bv W. L. Allison co.. Xew 
York. * 1898, no. 38848, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15. 

Park. J. G. 

A complete and practical English 
analysis. [Ada, Ohio], The author, 
1898. iv pp.. 1 1., 193 pp. 12°. cop. 
(Park's language course.) 141 

Copvright by J. G. Park, Ada, Ohio. 
1898, no. 35399, June 9. 2 copies rec'd 
July 13. 

Pinocchio's adventures in Wonderland. 
Translated from the Italian. With an 
introduction by H. Butterworth. 



Authors — Continued. 

Pinocchio's abventures in Wonderland — 
Continued. 

[anon.] Boston, Jordan, Marsh & co. 
[1898] 212 pp. illus. 16 c . cop. 142 
Copyright bv Jordan, Marsh & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 28429, May 6. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14. 

Polk, R. L. & co. 

R. L. Polk & co.'s Toledo city direc- 
tory for the year beginning July, 
1898 . . . 33d year. Toledo, The 
Toledo express co., 1898. 8°. cop. 143 

Copyright by The Toledo directory 
co., Toledo, Ohio. 1898, no. 41987, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 14. 

Roberts, Charles G[eorge] D[ouglas]. 

Xew York nocturnes, and other 
poems. Boston, Xew York [etc.] 
Lamson, Wolffe & co., 1898. 84 pp. 
12°. cop. 144 

Copyright by Lamson, Wolffe &, co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 15951, May 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15. 

Shakespeare, William. 

William Shakespeare, his complete 
dramatic works; with Tarquin and Lu 
crece, The passionate pilgrim, the son 
nets and minor poems. A new illus. 
ed . . . illustrated by Orchardson, 
Houston, Cope . . . and other famous 
artists. To which are added Taine's 
estimate of Shakespeare, W. Irving's 
essay on Stratford, an introductory 
paper on Shakespeare's life and times, 
and an introduction to each play . . . 
by W. V. Byars. Xew York and St. 
Louis, X. D. Thompson pub. co. [1898] 
438 pp. illus. pi. fol. cop. 145 

Copyright by X. D. Thompson pub. 
co.,XeV York/ 1898, no. 28152, May 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 15. 

Shaw, M. M. 

Xine thousand miles on a Pullman 
train; an account of a tour of railroad 
conductors from Philadelphia to the 
Pacific coast and return. Philadel 
phia. Allen, Lane & Scott, 1898. 2 p. 1., 
214 pp. pi. port. 8°. cop. 146 

Copyright by M. M. Shaw, West 
Chester, Pa. 1898, no. 32604, May 26. 
2 copies rec'd July 15. 

Smith, Joseph H. 

From glory to glory ; or, Degrees in 
spiritual life. Philadelphia, Chris- 
tian standard co. [1898] 178pp. illus. 
16°. cop. 147 

Copvright by Christian standard co., 
Philadelphia. 1898. no. 27060, Apr. 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 11. 



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BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Auth ors — Continued . 

[Stoeckel, Carl] 

Music and poetrv of Norfolk, [anon.] 
[n.p.] 1898. vii'i, 63 pp. pi. port, 
fol. cop. 148 

Copyright by C. Stoeckel, Norfolk. 
Conn. 1898, no. 35879, June 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15. 



Sursnm corda; a book of praise. E. H. 
Johnson, editor. E. E. Ayres, associate 
editor. Pbiladelpbia, Amer. Baptist 
pub. soc. [1898] vii, 654 pp. 8°. 
cop. 149 

Copyright by Amer. Baptist pub. soc, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 27809, May 3. 
2 copies rec'd July 15. 

Thackeray, William Makepeace. 

The works of William Makepeace 
Thackeray; with biographical intro- 
ductions by his daughter, A. Ritchie. 
The biographical ed. In thirteen vol- 
umes, v. 4. New York and London, 
Harper & bros., 1898. illus. pi. 8°. 
cop. 150 

Contents. 

v. 4. The memoirs of Barry Lyndon . . . 
written by himself, The Fitz-Boodle papers, 
Catherine: a story, Men's wives, etc. With 
illustrations by J. E. Millais, L. Tildes, and 
the author. 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 36812, June 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15. 



Tolstoi, L[iov] N[ikolaevich graf.~\ 

What is art? Translated from the 
Russian by C. Johnston. Philadel- 



Auth ors — Continued. 

Tolstoi, L[iov] N[ikolaevich graf. — C't'd. 
phia, H. Altemus, 1898. 3 p. 1., iii, 298 
pp. 12°. cop. 151 

Copyright by H. Altemus, Philadel- 
phia. " 1898, no. 32277, May 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

Trow's general directory of the boroughs 
of Manhattan and Bronx, city of New 
York. v. 112, for the year ending July 
1, 1899. Published annually. New 
York, Trow directory print, and book- 
binding co. [1898] 4°. cop. 152 
Copyright by Trow directory print, 
and bookbinding co., New York. 1898, 
no. 40954, July 8. 2 copies rec'd July 11. 

Tyson, James. 

Manual of physical diagnosis, for the 
use of students and physicians. 3d ed., 
rev. andenl. Philadelphia, P. Blacki- 
ston, son & co., 1898. xii, 9-278 pp. 
illus. pi. 12°. cop. 153 

Copyright by J. Tyson, Philadelphia. 
1898, no. 34300, June 4. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16. 

United States reports, v. 171. pt. 2. 
June 1, 1898. pp. 225-438. 154 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. ' 1898, no. 42682, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16. 

Weed, Clarence Moores. 

Seed-travellers ; studies of the meth- 
ods of dispersal of various common 
seeds. Boston, Ginn & co., 1898. iv 
pp., 1 1,53 pp. illus. pi. 12°. cop. 

155 

Copyright by C. M. Weed, Durham, 
N.H. 1898, no. 19719, Mar. 26. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12. 



I. BOOKS— (2.) MISCGLLAIVEOIJ8. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adventures (The) of "Antelope Bill" in 
the Indian war of 1862. 65 

Copyright bv Parker I. Peirce, St. 
Paul, Minn. 1898, no. 41430, July 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Advertising (An) folder. 66 

Copyright by Palmer-Ellinghausen 
co., Denver. Colo. 1898, no. 30817, May 
17. 2 copies rec'd May 7, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

Advisory rates of Nevada. Story county, 

Iowa. v. 269. 67 

Copyright bv II. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 11761. July 12. 

2 copies rec'd July 12. 1898. 

Advisory rates of Rook Valley, Sioux 

county, Iowa. v. 352. 68 

Copyright bv 11. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 41765, July 12. 

2 oopies reo'd July 12, 1898. 



92 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



- 



Titles — Continued. 

Advisory rates of Seymour, Wayne ! 

c6iinty, Iowa. v. 368. 69 j 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar ! 

Eapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 41766, July 12. j 

2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Apostleship of prayer. Certificate of 

admission. 70 

Copyright bv Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 1898, no. 26431*, Apr. 27. 

2 copies rec'd June 3, 1898. 

Atlantic City, Penna. E. E., double track, 

through line. 71 

Copyright by Pennsylvania E. E. co., 

Philadelphia. 1898, no. 42237, July 14. 

2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Bankruptcy law (Official ed. of the), 
1898. ~ With full index. 72 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. * 1898, no'. 41431, July 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Beauty, health, and complexion. 73 

Copyright by E. J. H. Smith & co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 7536*, Jan. 
24. 2 copies rec'd Jan. 24, 1898. 

Bible (The) photographed. Williman- 

tic, Conn. 74 

Copyright by J. Bunvan Lemon, 

Willimantic, Conn. 1898", no. 38860, 

June 25. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Big-letter a b c book. 75 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42449, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Book of ratings. July. 1898. 37th issue. 

76 

Copyright by American shoe and 

leather ass'n, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 

41684, July 12. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 

1898. 

Budget (A) of stories. 77 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 

Brooklyn, N. Y." 1898, no. 41677, July 

12. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Carman (A. S.) The covenant and the 

covenant meeting. 78 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. 

society, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 39616, 

June 30. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Catalogue of the W. H. Jackson views. 

79 

Copyright by Detroit photo, co., 

Detroit, Mich. 1898, no. 41427, July 11. 

2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Certificate of admission into the Bona 

Mors ass'n. 80 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 1898, no. 26433*, Apr. 27. 

2 copies rec'd June 3, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 



Certificate of admission, St. John Berch- 

man's sanctuary society. 81 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 1898, no. 26435% Apr. 27. 

2 copies rec'd June 3, 1898. 

Chase (C. W.) Simplex (The) 
method for piano or organ. 

Copyright by Smith & Chase 
Mich. 1898, no. 38703, June 25. 
ies rec'd July 15, 18 ( J8. 

Chautauqua (The) X manual. 

Copyright bv Powers, Fowler & 
Lewis, Chicago/ 1898, no. 42722, July 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Jackson 
84 



chord 

82 

Ionia, 

2 cop- 

83 



16. 



Chown's (C. M.) retail reports, 
county, Mich. 2d ed. 

Copyright by Chown commercial co., 
Lima, Ohio. 1898, no. 33976*, June 2. 
2 copies rec'd June 3, 1898. 

Circus times. 85 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42450, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
Columbia forever shall, weather the 
storm. 86 

Copyright bv T. B. Mulhern, Provi- 
dence; E.I. 1898, no. 42672, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 
Consideration (A) of assessment life in- 
surance. 87 
Copyright bv B. Y. Hubbard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 41947. July 13. 2 cop- 
ies" rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Contingent insurance contract. 88 
Copyright by I. Tanenbaum, son & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 31362 *, May 
20. 2 copies rec'd May 20, 1898. 
Cutting (E. B.) Old taverns and post- 
ing inns. Half-moon series, v. 2. 
July, 1898. no. 7. 89 
Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 41424, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 
Descriptive matter relating to the elec- 
tric mining course. 90 
Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898, no. 41934, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Eddy (Mary Baker G.) Church manual 
of the First church of Christ, scientist, 
in Boston, Mass. 8th ed. 91 
Conyright by J. A. Neal and T. W. 
Hatten, Boston. 1898, no. 28269, May 
5. 1 copy rec'd May 4, 1898. 
Educated animals. 92 
Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no." 42451, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 






93 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Electrical measurements. Appendix. In- 
struction paper. 2d ed. 93 
Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa, 1898. no. 40790, July 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Every garment we sell is guaranteed 

thoroughly reliable in every detail. 94 

Copvrigbt bv Ab. Kirscbbaum & co., 

Philadelphia, 1898, no. 31361 *, May 20. 

2 copies rec'd May 20, 1898. 

Evolution (The) of the pattern and the 
"custom cutter." 95 

Copyright bv Daniel E. Ryan, New 
York. " 1898. no. 41938, July 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Julv 13, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

History (A) of the lower cost of insur- 
ance in the Northwestern mutual as 
compared with fourteen other com- 
panies. 103 
Copyright by L. E. P. Smith, Boston. 
1898, no. 32767, May 26. 2 copies rec'd 
June 15, 1898. 

! "Honest (An) tale speeds best plainly 

told." 104 

Copyright by Ab. Kirschbaum & co., 

Philadelphia. 1898, no. 31359 *, Mav 20. 

2 copies rec'd May 20, 1898. 

Hough (Day M.) Compound profit.. 105 
Copyright by Acorn pub. co., Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 41952, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 



Export catalogue of improved piston 
and rotary steam fire-engines manu- 
factured bv the American fire engine 
co. 96 

Copyright by American fire engine 
co., Seneca Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 37427, 
June 18. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

F. & B. (The) computing scale chart. 97 
Copyright by F. &. B. mfg co., Cleve- 
land, O. 1898, no. 19108, Mar. 22. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 22, 1898. 

Foster's inferences. Whist for two play- 
ers. Directions. 98 
Copyright bv R. F. Foster, Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 1898, no. 41436, Julv 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Frisbie (William). The battle of Ma- 
nila and the Philippine islands. 99 
Copyright by Kleine opt. co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 42676, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Gordon (J. R.) Gordon's ritual and man- 
ual of the order of the Sons and 
daughters of Jerusalem. 100 

Copyright by James R. Gordon, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 39018, June 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Great men of Israel, and Old Testament 
teachings. The Bible study manual. 
v. 8. no. 8. Lessons 32-35. 101 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 40510, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Halpin (Will R. ) Two men in the 

west. 102 

Copyright by W. R. lialpiu, U. S. 

1898, no. 42687, July 16. 2 copies rec'd 

Julv 16, 1898. 



Hughes (Josiah). Hughes' common 
school branches in a nutshell. 106 

Copyright by J. Hughes, Countsville, 
W. Va. 1898, no. 22850, Apr. 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Hutcheson, Mary E. The disciples of 
Jesus. Lesson 33. St. John, apostle 
and evangelist. 107 

Copyright by M. E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1898, no. 40518, July 
5. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Lesson 34. The conversion of St. 

Paul. 108 

Copyright by M. E. Hutchesou, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1898, no. 40519, July 
5. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Lesson 35. St. Matthias, the apostle. 

109 
Copyright bv M. E. Hutcheson. 
Columbus, Ohio". 1898, no. 40520, July 
5. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Lesson 36. St. Mark, evangelist and 

martyr. 110 

Copyright bv M. E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1898, no. 40521, July 
5. 2 copies rec'd July LI, 1898. 

Lesson 37. St. Philip and St. James, 

apostles. Ill 

Copyright by M. E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1898, no. 10522. July 
5. 2 copies rec'd July 11. L898. 

Lesson 38. St. Barnabas, the apostle. 

112 
Copyright by M. E, Hutoheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1898, no. 40523, July 
5. 2 copies reo'd July 11. L898. 

Lesson 39. St. Peter, the apostle. 

113 
Copyright by M. E, Bntoheson, 

Columbus. Ohio. 1898, no. 40524, July 
5. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Hutcheson, Mary E. The disciples of 
Jesus. Lesson 40. St. James, the 
apostle. 114 

Copyright by M. E. Hutcheson, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1898. no. 40525, July 
5. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Illinois college of photography. [Cata- 
logue]. 115 
Copyright by Illinois college of pho- 
tography, Effingham, 111. 1898, no. 
41680, July 12. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 
1898. 

Illinois official reporter. July 6, 1898. 

v. 173, pt. 3, pages 340-611. 116 

Copyright by Isaac Newton Phillips, 

Bloomington, 111. 1898, no. 41942, July 

13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Illustrated supplement and price list of 
catalogue (C K" of drinking fountains. 

117 
Copyright by J. L. Mott ironworks, 
N. Y. 1898, no. 42724, July 16. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Increase and decrease, as shown in the 
record of the Northwestern life insur- 
ance company of Milwaukee. 118 
Copyright by S. R. Wharton, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 39635, June 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Insurance contract. 2d ed. 1898. 119 
Copyright by J. Romberg & son, New 
York. 1898,no.34576, June 4. 2 copies 
rec'd June 4, 1898. 

3d ed. 1898. 120 

Copyright by J. Romberg &son, New 
York. 1898, no. 34577, June 4. 2 copies 
rec'd June 4, 1898. 

4th ed. 1898. 121 

Copyright by J. Romberg &, son, New 
York. 1898,no.34578, June 4. 2 copies 
rec'd June 4, 1898. 

Kendall (B. J.) Dr. Kay's home treat- 
ment. 122 
Copyright by Burney J. Kendall, 
South Omaha, Nebr. 1898, no. 29913, 
May 14. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Kendall's perfected receipt book. 

123 

Copyright by Burney J. Kendall, 

South Omaha, Nebr. 1898, no. 29137, 

May 10. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Lake county Annual and fair book. v. 45. 

124 

Copyright by Arthur Kendall 

Steams, Waukegau, 111. 1898, no. 39534, 

June 29. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

McCuen (A. G.) Synopsis of a lecture on 
evolution of the diet ; or, Man's devel- 
opmental history and dentition. 125 
Copyright by A. G. McCuen, Linds- 
borg, fcans. 1898, no. 26476, Apr. 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

* Manila and the Philippine islands. 
(American and oriental series, June 6, 
1898. v.l. no. 3.) 126 

Copyright by J. Dewing co., San 
Francisco, Cal. 1898, no. 38053, June 
21. 1 copy rec'd June 21, 1898; 1 copy 
rec'd July 12, 1898. 



— no. 4. 

Copyright by J. 
Francisco, Cal. 1898, no 
21. 1 copy rec'd June 21, 
rec'd July 12, 



127 

Dewing co., San 

38054, June 

1 copy 



Manila. Souvenir of the first naval 
battle. 128 

Copyright by C. E. Brown & co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 33765, May 31. 2 copies 
rec'd June 1, 1898. 

Masonry. Pt. 1. 97 A. Instruction paper. 
1st ed. 129 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. ** 1898, no. 39011, June 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Mathis (Eva). Man must fear even his 

fellow-man. 130 

Copyright by E. Mathis, Baker City, 

Ohio. 1898, no. 35373, June 9. 2 copies 

rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Memento of admission into the sodalit3 r 

of the Blessed Virgin. 131 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 1898, no. 26435, * Apr. 27. 2 

copies rec'd June 3, 1898. 

Miller (E. H.) Notes on quantitative 

analysis for electric engineers. 132 

Copyright by E. H. Miller, New York. 

1898, no. 37426, June 18. 2 copies rec'd 

July 16, 1898. 

Old Testament heroes. Primary teach- 
er's helper, v. 8, no. 8. Lessons 32-35. 

133 
Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 40511, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11, 1898. 

"Original (The) is one; imitations are 
many." 134 

Copyright by Ab. Kirschbaum & co., 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 31360, * May 20. 
2 copies rec'd May 20, 1898. 



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BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Our policy is to give more and more, and 
always more, for less money than else- 
where. 135 
Copyright by Ah. Kirschhaum & co., 
Philadelphia, '1898,110.31358/ Mav20. 
2 copies rec'd May 20, 1898. 
Parisian solidified perfume. 136 
Copyright hv W. H. War, Meriden, 
Conn.' 1898, no^4i940, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Perfection veterinary preparations. 137 
Copyright by S. Henderson, Pater- 
son, N. J. 1898, no. 12464, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
Phelps (Leicester;. A freak of the Fohn. 

138 
Copyright by G. P. Koop, South 
Poland, Me. 1898, no. 41950, July 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Pollock (J. A., couip.) Pointers on Utah 
mining stocks. 139 
Copyright by J. A. Pollock, Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 1898, no. 42453, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 
Robinson Crusoe; told in one-syllable 
words. 140 
Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. "1898, no. 41678, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 
Rorer (S. T.) Desserts and dainties. 141 
Copyright by Cream cereal co., 
Xenia, Ohio. 1898, no. 37631, June 20. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Self-adding chart. 142 
Copyright by John A. Cook, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 1898, no'. 18004, May 17. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11, 1898. 
Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to vols. 8, 9, 
appeal, 23, Colorado decisions. 143 
Copyright by F. Shepard, Chicago. 
1898, no. 42505, July 15. 2 copies rec'd 
July 15, 1898: 
Supplement to v. 30, Oregon deci- 
sions. 144 
Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 41503, July 11. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11, 1898. 
Smart (C.) How to keep well. The Chi- 
cago record's hygienic manual for 
United States soldiers in the field. 

1(5 

Copyright by Chicago record. 189S, 

no. 38997, June 27. 2 copies rec'd J ulv 

11, 1898. 

Smith (Edward G.) Now York politics. 

146 
Copyright by E. G. Smith, New York. 
1898, no. 41951,' July 3. 2 copies rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

Spottswood (A.) Rules for playing the 
game of mother-in-law. 147 

Copyright by A. Spottswood, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 1898, no. 34641, June 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 
Stark (P.P.) Testimonies. A compila- 
tion from the Bible. 148 
Copyright by P. P. Stark, Richmond, 
Va. 1898, no. 31350, May 20. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 
Steam: its generation and use; with 
catalogue of the manufactures of the 
Babcock & Wilcox co. 149 
Copyright by Babcock & Wilcox co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41279, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 
Stetson (W. W.) Geography of Maine. 

150 

Copyright by American book co., 

New York. 1898, no. 32811, May 27. 2 

copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Stock report, no. 283. July 15, 1898. 

151 

Copyright by Western pig iron ass'n, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 1898, no. 4334, Jan. 10. 

2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Supplemental price list. 1898. Whitall, 

Tatum &■ co. 152 

Copyright by Whitall, Tatum & co., 

New York. 1898, no. 40976, July 8. 2 

copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Typogravure. Engraving without a 

plate. 153 

Copyright by S.C. Bagg, Los Angeles, 

Cal. 1898, no. 33496, May 31. 2 copies 

rec'd July 11,1898. 

Unique railroad directory. July, 1898. 

154 
Copyright by W. J. Anderson. Tren- 
ton, N. J. 1898, no. 41762, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 
Van Riper (Lewis C.) Ins (The) and 
outs of Wall street. 155 

Copyright by L. C.Van Riper. Xew 
York. 1898,no.41688 } July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13. 1898. 
Walker (M. E. W.) Direct legislation. 
The initiative and referendum. 156 

Copyright by Meribah K. Williams 
Walker, Chicago. 1898, no. 1 1675. J uly 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 15. 189S. 
Wave war series, no. 1. v. 1. June 25. 
1898. 157 

Copyright by Wave pub. co., San 
Francisco, Cal. " 1898. no. 41761, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12. 1898. 
You can safely invest your mone\ in our 
clothing. The Ci Vitals" brand cloth- 
ing. 158 
Copyright l>\ Al>. Kirschhaum & co.. 
Philadelphia. ' 1898.no. 31357, May 20. 
2 copies rec'd May 20, 1898. 



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I«- BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphahetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

All quiet at Santiago . 120 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1898,no.41786, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Armistice (The) extended. 121 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. " 1898, no. 41776, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

As seen from the " Vixen," 122 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 41799, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Battle as seen from Schley's ship. 123 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41998, July 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 



Biography. The world's famous scien- 
tists, no. 168. July 15. [Chicago 
record's home study circle.] 124 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 38761, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

"Brooklyn" (The) under fire. 125 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. " 1898, no. 41770, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 



Can save the "Maria Teresa". 



126 



Cervera on the "Iowa. 



127 



Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41768, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Dunbar (Paul Lawrence). Viney's free 
papers. 128 

Copyright by Internal literary and 
news service, Irvington, N. Y. " 1898, 
no. 42519. July 15. 2 copies rec'd July 
15, 1898. ' 

Evans's story of the fight. 129 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41774, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 



Favored Toral's terms ? 



130 



Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 42000, July 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Firing into Spanish lines. 131 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 42003, July 13. 2 cop- i 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Floods (The) about Manila. 132 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. " 1898, no. 41772, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Fraser (TV. A.) Bulldog Carney. 133 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 

Yorkt 1898, no. 41247, July 9. 2 copies 

rec'd July 16, 



Geography : trade centers of the world, 
no. 165. July 12. [Chicago record's 
home-study circle.] 134 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 38758, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 



135 



Copyright by Associated press, New I 
York"/ 1898, no. 42001, July 13. 2 cop- | 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 



Germany's hostile press. 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41796, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Gollan leaves starving Hayana. 136 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. ' 1898. no. 41773, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Hobsou tells of his feat. 137 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41793, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

How Cervera was beaten. 138 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. ... 1898, no. 41795, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Immediate page. July 17, 1898. 139 

Copyright by International literary 

and news service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, 

no. 42513, July 15. 2 copies rec'd July 

15, 1898. 

Lectures on astronomy, no. 166. July 
13. [Chicago record's home-study cir- 
cle.] ' 140 
Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no' 38759, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Lieut. Hobsou is exchanged. 141 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41792, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Literature. Popular living authors, no. 
163. July 9, 1898. 142 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no.' 38756, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 11, 1898. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)-r.CoxTiNUEp. 



Titles— Continued. 

Losses of Gen. AYheeler. 143 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41798. July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

*Lowrey (Oliver). A runaway couple. 

144 
Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1898. no. 41986, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd May 31, 1898. 

M Quad page. July 17, 1898. 145 

Copyright by Internat. literary and 

news service, irviugton, N. Y. 1898, 

no. 42517, July 15. 2 copies rec'd July 

15, 1898. 

Military (The) operations. 146 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 42281, July 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Norman (Henry), London, England. 

American (The) army and navy. 147 

Copyright by H. Norman, London, 

England. 1898, no. 38273, June 23. 2 

copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Anglo-American situation. 148 

Copyright by H. Norman, London, 
England. 1898, no. 38275, June 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

New (The) American policy. 149 

Copyright bv H. Norman, London, 
England. 1898, no. 38274, June 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Notes on track. 62. Switch protection. 

150 
Copyright by YV. M. Camp, Chicago. 
1898, no. 41051, July 8. 2 copies rec'd 
July 12, 1898. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 
ampfer. no. 236. 151 

Copyright by German press and 
plate co., Cleveland, Ohio. 1898, no. 
41504, July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 
1898. 

Offener schreibebrief von Philip Sauer- 
ampfer's vetter, John Stramper. 152 
Copyright by H. H. Coleman, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 1898, no. 42278, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Our army ready to attack. 153 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41778, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Our losses at Santiago. 154 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York.' 18 8, no.4178S. July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Our new possessions — the pearl of the 
Pacific. 155 

Copyright by J. S. Kirreh, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 1898, no. 41802, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Philippine agent at London. 156 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 41791, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Popular studies in architecture, no. 169. 
July 16, 1898. 157 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 39757, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Prisoners go to Portsmouth. 158 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. " 1898, no. 41767, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Prisoners on the " Resolute." 159 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 41789, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Quarantine at Guantauamo. 160 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 42282, July 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Rain of shells on the city. 161 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41996, July 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Rebels will storm Manila. 162 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. 1898, no. 41787, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Ruins (The) of Spain's ileet. 163 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York." 1898, no". 41782. Jul v 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1892. 

Santiago (The) refugees. 164 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. 1898. no. 41790, July 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 189S. 

Santiago will not capitulate. 165 

Copyright by Associated press. Now 
York. 1898, no. 42283, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11. L898. 

Schley's visit to Corvera. 166 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 

York. 1898, no. L2280, Jury 14. 2 

copies rec'd July II. 189S. 

Second American revolution, 167 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York.' 1S9S. no. 4 1779. July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12. L898. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Shafter's plan of attack. 168 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41794, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Skips bombard Santiago. 169 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 42004, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Spain knows her weakness. 170 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41997, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Spaniards feared massacre. 171 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41775, July 12. 2 
copies rec ; d July 12, 1898. 

Spaniards seen on the wrecks. 172 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41781, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Spanish (A) bomb on the Indiana. 173 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 41785, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Spanish shells go wild. 174 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41771, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Spanish soldiers starving. 175 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41769, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Spanish version of the fight. 176 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41780, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Special page. July 17, 1898. 177 

Copyright by Internat. literary and 

news service, Irvingtou, N. Y. 1898, 

no. 42518, July 15. 2 copies rec'd July 

15, 1898. 

Surprise (A) at Manzanillo. 178 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41777, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

They are ever busy. 179 

Copyright by Kilmer & co., Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. 1898, no. 41695, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Timely page. July 17, 1898. 180 

Copyright by Internat. literary and 

news .service, Irvington, N. Y. ^1898, 

no. 42516, July 15. 2 copies rec'd July 

15, *' 



Titles — Continued. 



To bring wounded home. 181 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 42002, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Toral tried to make terms. 182 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 41797, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 



[Kansas City 
183 



Trade (The) in live stock 
star, July 7, 1898.] 

Copyright by Kansas city star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 41505, July 
11. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

July 8, 1898. 184 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas Citv, Mo. 1898, no. 41506, Julv 

11. 2 copies rec'd July 11,.1898. 

July 9, 1898. 185 

Conyright by Kansas Citv star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 41800, July 

12. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

July 12,1898. .186 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 42512, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

July 13, 1898. 187 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, do. 42729, July 

16. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Transports reach Juragua. 188 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41783, July 12. 2 copies 
rec'd July 12, 1898. 



Vulcan's" launch under fire. 



189 



Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 41999, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Waiting for General Miles. 190 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York 1898, no. 41784, July 12. 2 copies 
rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Warships shell Santiago. 191 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. 1898, no. 42006, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Winter navigation in frozen waters. 192 
Copyright by Horace J. Stevens, 
Houghton, Mich. 1898, no. 41339, July 
9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Woman's page. July 17, 1898. 193 

Copyright by Internat. literary and 

news service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 

42515, Julv 15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 

1898. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Work of landing 
ceeds rapidly. 



foi 



Sh after pro- 
194 



Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 42005, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 



Youth's page. July 17, 1898. 195 

Copyright by Internat. literary and 
news service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 
42514, July 15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 

1898. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Dude (The) and the prima donna 6 

Copyright by Chas. G. Taylor, New 
York. 1898, no. 41439, July 11. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11, 1898. 



Grand mistake. A comedy sketch in 1 

act. By Barney Girard. 7 

Copyright by B. Gerber, New York. 

1898, no. 41696, July 12. 2 copies rec'd 

July 12, 1898. 



Grounds for a divorce. By G. T. Smith 

and William Blaisdell. 8 

Copyright by G. T. Smith, New York. 

1898, no. 41803, July 12. 2 copies rec'd 

July 12, 1898. 



Nigger (The) boarding house. A scream- 
ing farce in 1 act and 1 scene. By Olive 
Wenlandt. 9 

Copyright by Dick & Fitzgerald, New 
York. 1898, no. 14758, Mar. 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Pace (The) that kills. A drama of New 
York life in 1 act. By John G. Barnes. 

10 
Copyright by J. G. Barnes. New York. 
1898, no. 42244, July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 



Travesty on 
Noxon. 



'Caniille.? 



Copyright by F. W. 
1898, no. 41441, July 11 
July 11, 1898. 



By Frank W. 

11 

Noxon, Boston. 

2 copies rec'd 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC pathfinder and dial. July 11 to 
17, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 399 

Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 

ABC pathfinder railway guide. July, 
1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 400 

Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 

American agriculturist. July 16, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 401 

Copyright by Orange Judd co.,New 
York. 

American amateur photographer. July, 

1898, (Rec'd July 13, 1898.) 402 

Copyright by Outing co., New York. 

American architect and building news. 
July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 103 
Copyright by American architect and 
building news co., Boston. 

American florist. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 11, 1898.) 404 

Copyright by American florist co., 
Chicago. 



American journal of obstetrics. July, 
1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898.) 405 

Copyright by William Wood & co., 
New York. 

American journal of Semitic languages 

and literatures. July, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 13, 1898.) 406 

Copyright by University of Chicago. 

Chicago. 

American journal of sociology. July. 
1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 407 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 



American journal of theology. 
1898. (Rec'd July 16, L898.) 

Copyright by University of Ch 
press, Chicago. 



ulv. 
408 



American medico-surgical bullet in. J uly 
10,1898. (Reo'd July 12, 1898.) 409 

Copyright by Bulletin publishing 
CO., New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Annals of gynecology and pediatry. 
July, 1898. * (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 410 
Copyright by Ernest W. Gushing, 
Boston. 



Architecture and building. Julv 9, 
(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 411 

Copyright by W. T. Conistock, New 
York. 

Art student. April, 1898. (Rec'd July 
11, 1898.) 412 

Copyright by Ernst Knaufft, New 
York. 



Atlantic reporter. Julv 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 16, 1898.) 413 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Ave Maria. July 16,1898. (Rec'd July 
15,1898.) 414 

Copyright by D. E. Hudson, Notre 
Darne, Ind. 

B. and D. bulletin. July 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 16, 1898.) 415 

Copyright by Bawo & Dotter, New 
York. 

Bankers' magazine. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 13,1898.) 416 

Copyright by Bradford Rhodes & 
Co., New York. 

Biblical world. Julv, 1898. (Rec'd July 
11, 1898.) 417 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 

Birds. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) i 

418 
Copyright by Nature study pub co., 
Chicago. 

Boston daily globe. July 9, 1898. ' (Rec'd 
July 11,1898.) 419 
July 11, 1898. (Rec'd July 12, 1898.) ! 

420 ' 
Julv 12, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898. ) 

421 i 
July 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 

422 j 
July 14, 1898. (Rec'd July 15, 1898. ) 

423 

July 15, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 16, 1898.) 

424 
Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Boston glass of fashion. August, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 11,1898.) 425 

Copyright by W. H. Marsh, Boston. 

Boston Sunday globe. July 10, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 426 

Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 



Titles — Continued. 

Boston Sunday post. July 10, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 427 

Copyright by Post pub. co., Boston. 

Bradstreet's. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 
16,1898.) 428 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. 

California architect and building news. 
June, 1898. ( Rec'd July 12, 1898. ) 429 
Copyright by California Architec- 
tural pub. co., San Francisco, Cal. 

California bankers' magazine. Jan., 1898. 
(Rec'd July 15, 1898.) 430 

Copyright by J. W. Treadwell, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Carter's monthly. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 11, 1898. )' 421 

Copyright by John Carter, Cbicagc 

Catholicnews. July9, 1898. (Rec'd Juh 
11, 1898.) 432 

Julv 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 12, 1898.) 

433 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 

Catholic reading circle review. June. 
1898. (Rec'd July 15, 1898.) 434 

Copyright by Warren E. Mosher, 
Youngstownj Ohio. 

Central law journal. July 8, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 11, 1898.) 435 

Copyright by Central law journal 
co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Chap book. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 
11, 1898.) 436 

Copyright by Herbert S. Stone & co., 
Chicago. 



Christian endeavor world 
(Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 
Copyright by Golden rule co., Boston 



July 14, 1898. 
437 



Christian herald. July 13, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 12, 1898. ) 438 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 



July, 1898. 
439 



Christian science journal 
(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 

Copyright by Mary B. G. Eddy, Bos 
ton. 



Clearing house quarterly. Julv, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) ' 440 

Copyright by Atty's national clearing 
house co., Minneapolis, Minn. 



101 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 






Titles — Continued. 

Clothiers' and haberdashers' weekly. 
July 8, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 

441 

Julv 15, 1898. (Eec'd July 16, 1898.) 

442 
Copyright by Trades weekly co., 
New York. 

Collier's weekly. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 11, 1898.) 443 

Copyright by Peter Feneion Collier, 

Xew York. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. 

July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 

444 

July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 16, 1898. ) 

445 
Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 

Cordage trade journal. July 7, 1898. 

(Rec'd J nly 11, 1898.) 446 

Copyright by Charles H. Delano, New 

York. 

Criterion. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, ! 

1898.) 447 

July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 15, 1898.) j 

448 
Copyright by G. L. Davidson, New 
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Daily racing form. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 11, 1898.) 449 

July 10-11, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 

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451 

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Electrical world. July 9,1898. (Rec'd 
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463 
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Engineers' and power users' magazine. 
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11,1898.) 465 

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Evening post. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 11, 1898.) 466 

July 11, 1898. (Rec'd July 12, 1898.) 

467 

July 12, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898.) 

468 

July 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 

469 

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471 
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July 11, 1898.) 172 

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171 
J ulv 11, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898.) 

475 
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476 
July 13, 1898. (Rec'd J ulv 15, 1898.) 

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481 
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July 15, 1898.) 484 

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July 15, 1898.) 486 

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July 14, 1898.) 487 

Copyright by George Munro's sons, 
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July 11, 1898.) 488 

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July 16, 1898.) 489 

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16,1898.) 491 

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12,1898.) 492 

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Golden days. July 16, 1898. ( Rec'd Julv 
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496 
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June 16,1898.) 497 

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498 
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July 14, 1898.) 499 

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12, 1898.) 500 

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July 11, 1898.) 501 

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Half holiday. Julv 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 15, 18y8.) 502 

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14,1898.) 503 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
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Harper's bazar. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 15, 1898.) 504 

Copvright by Harper & bros., New 

York/ 

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July 14, 1898.) 505 

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11, 1898.) 506 

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July 15, 1898.) 507 

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July 16, 1898.) 508 

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510 
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1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 511 

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Item. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 3898.) i 

514 ; 
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July 14, 1898.) 515 j 

Copyright by Trades weekly co., 
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Jewish comment. July 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 16, 1898.) 516 

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1898.) 517 i 

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Journal of the United States artillery. J 

May-June, 1898. (Rec'd July 12, 1898.) I 

518 ! 

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Judge. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, > 
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520 i 
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Judge's library. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 

15,1898.) 521 ; 
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15, 1898. ) 523 

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1898. (Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 524 

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July 15, 1898.) 525 

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Lawyers' reports annotated. July 1, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 526 

Copyright by Lawyers' cooperative 
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Legal intelligencer. July 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 16, 1898.) 527 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 
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Leslie's weekly. July 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 11, 1898.) 528 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 

Life. July 14, 1898. (Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 

529 
Copyright by Mitchell & Miller, 
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McCall's magazine. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd 

July 13, 1898.) 530 

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Mackey ABC guide. July 16, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 16, 1898.) 531 

Copyright by A B C guide co.. New 
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Medical news. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 11, 1898.) 532 

July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 16, 1898.) 

533 
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Medical record. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 16, 1898.) 534 

Copyright by Wm. Wood & co., New 
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Merck's report. July 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 16, 1898.) 535 

Copyright by Merck & co., New 
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Messenger of the Sacred Heart. Aug., 
1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898.) 536 

supplement. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd 

July 13, 1898.) 537 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
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Metropolitan fashions. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd 
July 12,1898.) 538 

Copyright by Butteriek pub. co.. New 
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July 12,1898.) 539 

Copyright by Johnson Brigliam, Pes 
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Titles — Continued. 



July 14, 1898. (Eec'd July 
510 



Musical age 
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Copyright by Harry Edward Freuud 
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July, 1898. 



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Musician. 
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National engineer. July, 
July 11,1898.) 

Copyright by James T. Edwards, 
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(Rec'd 
542 



July, 



1898. (Rec'd 
543 



National farmer 
July 14,1898.) 

Copyright by Lane's list, Augusta, 
Me. 

National police gazette. July 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 13, 1898.) 544 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
York. 

New century. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 14,1898.) 545 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tingley, 
New York. 

New England home magazine. July 10, 
1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 546 

Copyright by New England home 
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New England homestead. July 16, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 16, 1898.) 517 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., 
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New York clipper. July 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 548 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 
New York. 



New York herald, 

July 11,1898.) 
J uly 10, 1898 



July 9, 1898. 



July 11, 1898. 



(Rec'd 
549 
(Rec'd July 11,1898.) 
550 
(Rec'd July 12, 1898.) 
551 

July 12, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898.) 

552 

July 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 14, 1898. ) 

553 

July 14, 1898. (Rec'd July 15, 1898. ) 

554 

July 15, 1898. (Rec'd July 16, 1898.) 

555 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
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New York journal. July 10, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 11,1898.) 556 

July 11, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898. ) 

557 



New York Journal. July 12, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 12, 1898.) 558 

July 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898. ) 

559 

July 14, 1898. (Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 

560 

July 15, 1898. (Rec'd July 15, 1898.) 

561 

July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 16, 1898.) 

562 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 

New York ledger. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 13, 1898.) 563 

Copyright by Robert Bonner's sons, 
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New York lumber trade journal. July 
15,1898. (Rec'd July 16, 1898.) 564 
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New Y T ork medical journal. July 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 565 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
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New Y'ork state reports and session laws. 
July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 

566 

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567 
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New Y'ork supplement and state reporter. 
June 30, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 

568 

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569 
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New York times. 

July 11,1898.) 
July 10, 1898. 



July 11, 
July 12, 1898. 
July 13, 1898. 
July 14,1898. 
July 15, 1898. 



July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 

570 
(Rec'd July 11,1898.) 

571 
(Rec'd July 12,1898.) 

572 
(Rec'd July 13,1898.) 

573 
(Rec'd July 14,1898.) 

574 
(Rec'd July 15,1898.) 

575 
(Rec'd July 16,1898.) 

576 



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New York times weekly. July 10. 1898. 
(Rec'd July 12, 1898.) 577 

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New York weekly. Jnly 30. 1898. (Eec'd 
July 15, 1898.)' 578 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

New Yorker, abendblatt. July 9, 1898. 
(Eec'd Julv 11,1898.) 579 

July 11,' 1898. (Eec'd Jul v 12, 1898.) 

580 

July 12, 1898. (Eec'd July 13, 1898.) 

581 

July 13, 1898. (Eec'd July 14. 1898. ) 

582 

July 11. 1898. (Eec'd July 15, 1898. ) 

583 

July 15, 1898. (Eec'd July 16, 1898.) 

584 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
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New Yorker sonntagsblatt. July 10, 1898. 
(Eec'd July 11, 1898.) 585 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. July 11, 
1898. (Eec'd July 11, 1898.) 586 

July 12, 1898. "(Eec'd July 12. 1898.) 

587 

July 13, 1898. (Eec'd July 13, 1898.) 

588 

July 14, 1898. (Eec'd July 14, 1898.) 

589 

July 15, 1898. (Eec'd Julv 15, 1898. ) 

590 

July 16, 1898. (Eec'd July 16, 18P8.) 

591 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
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New Yorker wochenblatt. July 16, 1898. 
(Eec'd July 14, 1898.) 592 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
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Nick Carter weekly. July 16. 1898. 
(Eec'd July 15, 1898.) 593 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
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Northwestern reporter. July 2, 1898. 
(Eec'd July 11, 1898.) 594 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
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Ohio legal news. July 11, 1898. (Eec'd 
July 11,1898.) 595 

Copyright by Laning printing co., 
Norwalk, Ohio. 

Old Cap. Collier. July 16. 1898. (Kec'd 
Julv 11, 1898.) W> 

July 23, 1898. (Eec'd Jnly 16, 1898.) 

597 
Copyright by N. L. Munro^Ncw York. 



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Old sleuth library, no. 81. v. 5. (Eec'd 
July 14, 1898.) 598 

Copyright by G. Munro's sons, New 
York. 

Organist. July. 1898. (Eec'd July 12, 
1898.) 599 

Copyright by Lorenz & co., Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Our productions. July 9, 1898. (Eec'd 
July 15, 1898.) 600 

Copyright by Am. pub. and eng. co., 
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Our young people. July 23, 1898. (Eec'd 
July 15, 1898.) 601 

Copyright by Young people co., Mil- 
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Outlook. July 16, 1898. (Eec'd July 15, 

1898.) 602 

Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 

Overland monthly. July, 1898. (Eec'd 
July 12, 1898.) 603 

Copyright by Overland monthly pub. 
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Pacific reporter. July 7, 1898. (Eec'd 
July 16,1898.) 604 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
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Peck's buyers' index no. 35. (Eec'd July 
12, 1898.') 605 

Copyright by W. E. Peck & co.. New 
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People's literary companion. July, 1898. 
(Eec'd July 14, 1898.) 606 

Copyright by Lane's list, Augusta, 
Me. 

Philadelphia inquirer. July 10, 1898. 

(Eec'd July 11, 1898.) 607 

July 1L 1898. (Eec'd July 11, 1898.) 

608 
July 12, 1898. (Eec'd July 12, ISPS.) 

609 
Julv 13, 1898. (Eec'd J ulv 13, L898. ) 

610 
July 14, 1898. (Eec'd July II. 1898.) 

611 
Julv 15, 1898. (Eec'd July 15, 1898.) 

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613 
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Philadelphia medical journal. Jnly 9, 
1898. (Eec'd July 11, 1898.) 614 

Copyright by Philadelphia med, pub. 
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Titles — Continued. 

Philadelphia press. July 10, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 11, 1898.) 615 

July 11, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898. ) 

616 
July 12, 1898. (Rec'd July 12, 1898. ) 

617 
July 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898.) 

618 
July 14, 1898.. (Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 

619 
July 15, 1898. (Rec'd July 15, 1898.) 

620 
July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 16, 1898. ) 

621 
Copyright by Press co., Philadelphia 

Phonographic magazine. July, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 622 

Copyright by Phonograghic institute 
co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Pittsburg times. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 11, 1898.) 623 

July 11, 1898. (Rec'd July 12, 1898.) 

624 

July 12, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898.) 

625 

July 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 

626 

July 14, 1898. (Rec'd July 15, 1898.) 

627 

July 15, 1898. (Rec'd July 16, 1898.) 

628 
Copyright by Pittsburg times, Pitts- 
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Planets and people. July 1, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 11,1898.) 629 

Copyright by F. E. Ormsby, Chicago. 

Puck. July 20, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, 
1898.) 630 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun, New York. 

Rand-McNally central railway guide. 
July, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 631 
Copyright by Am. railway guide co., 
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Rand-McNally official railway guide. 
July, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 632 
Copyright by Am. railway guide co., 
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Rand-McNally western railway guide. 
July, 1898. " (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 633 
Copyright by Am. railway guide co., 
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Rider and driver. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 15, 1898.) 634 

Copyright by Rider and driver pub. 
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15,1898.) 635 

Copyright by The Morse-Broughton 
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Russell's convention dates. July 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 636 

Copyright by Hamlin Russell, New- 
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St. Louis republic. July 10, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 12, 1898.) 637 

(Sunday magaziue.) July 10, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 12,1898.) 638 

Copyright by Geo. Kuapp & co., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Saturday night. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 15. 1898.) 639 

July 30, 1898. (Rec'd July 15, 1898.) 

640 

Aug. 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 15, 1898.) 

641 
Copyright by James El verson, Phila- 
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Scientific American. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 14, 1898.) 642 

(supplement). July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 14, 1898.) 643 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 



July 



1898. 
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Southeastern reporter 
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Copyright by West pub. co.. St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southern reporter. July 6, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 16, 1898.) 645 

Copyright by West pub. co.. St. Paul, 
Minn. 



Southwestern reporter. July 4, 

(Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 646 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
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Standard. July23, 1898. (Rec'd July 14, 
1898.) 647 

Copyright by Standard press, New 
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Starry flag. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 
15, 1898.) 64? 

Copyright by Street & Smith, Ne^ 
York. 

Sun. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.' 

649 
July 10, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 

650 
July 11, 1898. (Rec'd July 11,1898.) 

651 
July 12, 1898. (Rec'd July 12, 1898.) 

652 

July 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898. 

* 65c 



107 

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Titles — Continued. 



Sim. Julv 14, 1898. (Eec'dJnly 14, 1898.) 

654 

July 15, 1898. (Rec'd July 15, 1898. ) 

655 



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1898.) 670 

Copyright by Universe pub. co., New 

Julv 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 16, 1898.) I TT ° r ' ,. . . T , 

R^k University medical magazine. July. 

1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 671 

Copyright by University of Pennsyl- 
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656 
Copyright by Sun ptg. and pub. ass'n, 
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Sunday magazine. July 10, 1898. (Rec'd 
Julv 11, 1898.) 



Copyright by Ervin Wardman, New j 
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Sunday school times. July 16, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 658 

Copyright by John D. Wattles & co., 
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Sunshine for youth. July, 1898. (Rec'd 



657 : Up-to-date. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 
11, 1898.) 672 

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July 14,1898.) 

Copyright by Lane's list, Augusta 
Me. 



Vanity fair. Julv 20, 1898. (Rec'd Julr 

13,1898.) 673 

Copyright by Biakely Hall, New 
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659 Vim. July 20, 1898. (Rec'd July 13, 1898.). 



674 

Copyright by Vim pub. co., New 
York. 



Superiuteudeut and foreman. July 12, 
1898. (Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 660 v ?&??\ Jlxl J 14 ' 1898 - (Rec'd July 14 



Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
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Copyright by Fashion co., New York. 



Svenska Amerikanska posten. July 12, Voice of Masonry. June, 1898. (Rec'd 
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Copyright by John \V. Brown, Chi- 
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Western electrician. July 9, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 11, 1898.) 677 

July 16, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 16, 1898.) 

678 
Copyright bv Electrical pub. co., 
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Copyright by S. J. Turnblad, Min- j 
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Tip top weekly. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 15, 1898.) 662 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
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Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
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Travelers' and shippers' directory. July, 

1898. (Rec'd July 14, 1898.) ' 664 

Copyright by Denborn co., Chicago. 

Travelers' official railway guide. July, 
1898. (Rec'd July 14, 1898.) 665 

Copyright by National railway pub. 
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Travelers' ready- reference Appleton's 
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1898.) * 666 



Wooden and willow ware trade review. 
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679 
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Wool record. July 12, 1898. (Rec'd July 
13,1898.) 680 

Copyright by Wool record pub. co., 
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World. Julv 11,1898. (Rec'd July 11, 
1898.) 681 

Julv 12, 1898. ( Rec'd Julv 12, L898.) 

682 



Copyright by Knickerbocker guide I 



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True blue. July 16, 1898. 



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,„ ,, T . July 14, 1898. (Rec'd July 14.1898.) 

(Reed July ■ tWl 



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July 15. 1898. (Reo'd July 15, 1898. 

685 
World (Sunday), July 10,1898. (Rec'd 

Truth. Julv 13, 1898. (Rec'd July 11, Jul\ 11. 1898.) 



1898.) 



668 World (woman's). July 10,1898. (Rec'd 



- Julv 20, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 15, 1898.) July 11,1898.) 

669 world's (oomio weekly), July 10,1898. 
Copyright by Truth co.,New York. (Rec'd July 11. 1898.) 688 



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Titles — Continued. 



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Copyright by Press pub. co., New ) 
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Yankee doodle. July 20, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 20, 1898.) 690 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, Xew 
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Young glory. July 15, 1898. (Eec'd July 
12,1898.) 691 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
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Young Klondike. July 20, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 16,1898.) 692 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
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Young people's weekly. July 17, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 11, 1898.) 693 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. co., 
Elgin, III. 

Youth's companion. July 14, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 13, 1898.) 694 

Copyright by Perry Mason & co., 
Boston. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Admiral Dewey commanding liis squad- 
ron. Grand march. By Marie Margue- 
rite Points. [Piano.] Xew Orleans, 
La., L. Gruenwald co. ltd. 241 

Copyright by M. M. Points. New Or- 
leans, La. 1898, no. 30964, May 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

'•'Aeronaut (The)" laucers. For orches- 
tra. H.Sticht, [n.i.] 212 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co.. Bos 
ton. 1898, no. 42122, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 

■' Alida gavotte. Composed by G. Rosen- 
berg. [Piano.] Baltimore, Md., J. 
P. Lammers. 243 

Copyright bv J. P. Lammers, Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 18375, Mar. 18. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1898. 

Alia mazurka. (From op. 19. no. 6.) By 
P. Tschaikowsky. For tbe pianoforte. 
Edited by Wilson G. Smith. Phila- 
delpbia, Hatch music co. [Melodic 

sketches.] 244 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia, 1898, no. 20714, Mar. 31. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Alsacienne. Pour piano a deux mains. 
Par Albert Landry, op. 143. Paris, 
Henry Lemoine et cie. [Six valses- 
bluettes. no. 2.] 245 

Copyright by H. Lemoine, Paris, 
France. 1898, no. 42429, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898^ 



April. (From The Seasons.) By P. 
Tschaikowsky. op. 37. no. 4. For 
the pianoforte. Edited by Wilson G. 
Smith. Philadelphia, Hatch music 
co. [Collection of tone pictures.] 246 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 20723, Mar. 31. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



Arabian nights. Oriental characteristic 

march. Isidor Sachs. 247 

Copyright by Isidor Sachs, New 

York. ' 1898, no. 41451, July 11. 2 copies 

rec'd July 11,1898. 

Ariette. Tone piece. By Eduard Schiitt. 
op. 8. no.2. For the pianoforte. Edited 
by Wilson G. Smith. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. [Collection of tone 
pictures.] 248 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia, 1898, no. 20722, Mar. 31. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

*As his father did before him. Written 
and composed by Harry Castling. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 249 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 1898, no. 41400, 
July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

At dawn ('Cello obligato.) Celia 
Thaxter. Mary Knight Wood, [n. i " 



250 

!os- 



Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos 
ton. 1898, no. 42117, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Atlantic esplanade march. Two-step. 
By Clark. Band. Philadelphia, J. 
W. Pepper. 251 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 189?; no. 42891, July 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

* Baby sweetheart. (Come and play 
"house"' with me.) Written and com- 
posed by Stanley J. Graham. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 252 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter. London, England. 1898, no. 41401, 
July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Bacchus chor aus dem Alexanderfest. 
Fur vierstiinmigen mliuuerchor. Mit 
klavier-harinonium, ad lib., oder or- 
chester-begleitung. Von G. F. Handel. 
Zum concert-vortrage eingerichtet 
you Cyrill Kistler. Coburg, Conrad 
Glaser. 253 

Copyright by C. Glaser, Coburg, Ger- 
many. 1898, no. 41893, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd' July 13, 1898. 

Banner (The) unfurled. Song. Words 
by Eftie Magee. Music by Henry J. 
Edwards, no. 2 in B flat. London, 
J. B. Cramer & co., ltd. 254 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London, England. 1898, no. 41888, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Barney McGee. Solo and chorus. By 
F. F. Bnllard. Words by Kichard 
Hoyey. 255 

Copyright by F. F. Bnllard, Boston. 
1898, no. 42533, July 15. 2 copies rec'd 
July 15, 1898. 

* Battle (The) of Manila, By C. L. Barn- 
house. For orchestra. Oskaloosa, 
Iowa, C. L. Barnhouse. 256 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 1898, no. 35511, June 9. 2 
copies rec'd June 24, 1898. 

March. By C. L. Barnhouse. Ar- 
ranged for military band. Oska- 
loosa, Iowa, C. L. Barnhouse. 257 
Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 1898, no. 35512, J une 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Battleship (The) "Maine." Words by 
Chas. H. Battv. Music by J. A. Bart- 
lett. Providence, R. L, J. A. Bartlett 
music co. 258 

Copyright by .1. A. Bartlett music co., 
Providence, R. I. 1898. no. 12703. July 
16. 2 copies rec'd July 10. 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Berceuse. Cradle song. By Edyard 
Grieg, op. 38. For the pianoforte. 
Edited by Wilson G. Smith. Phila- 
delphia, Hatch music co. [Melodic 
sketches.] 259 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia.'" 1898, no. 20720, Mar. 31. 2 
copies rec'd July Hi, 1898. 

By Louis Moreau Gottschalk. 

Edited and fingered by John Orth. 
[n. i.] 260 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42116, July 13. 2 conies 
rec'd July 13,1898. 

(Lullaby.) By Alex. Ilynsky. op. 

13. no. 7. Fingered bv Wm, Arms 
Fisher. 261 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Eos- 
ton. 1898, dc. 42343, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14,1898. 

Mignonne. For the piano. By 

Louis V. Saar. op. 24. no. 4. New 
York, G. Schirmer. 262 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 41541, July 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11, 1898. 

Bergerette. Bluette. Pour hautbois, 
avec aecompagnement d'instrumei)i> a 
cordes. Par E. Provincial . Paris, 
Alphouse Leduc. 263 

Copyright by A. Leduc, Paris. France. 
1898, no. 42424, July 15. 2 copies rec'd 
July 15, 1898. 

Birthday (A) song. Song for baritone or 
mezzo-soprano, with piano accompani- 
ment. Words by Christina Rossetti. 
Music by H. T. Burleigh. New York. 
G. Schirmer. 204 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 42113,' July 13. 2 copies rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Blau veilehen. Ye budding flowers. 
(Amara George Kaufmann.) English 
version by John Bernhoff. Nene ge- 
dichte (new poems) fur eine mitt lore 
singstimme, mit begleitnng des klav- 
iers. Von Alexander von Fielitz. op. 69. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hnrtel. 265 

Copyright by Breitkopf A lliirtel, 
Leipzig, Germany. 1898. no. 41416, 
July 11. 2 copies'reo'd Jnlj 11,1898. 

Boat song. (La nacelle.) Kantaisio. 
By Charles Gounod. Fingered by 
Heiurioh Kiehl. 266 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42350, July 14. 2 oopies 
rec'd Jnl\ 11. 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Boat song. Two-part song for treble 
voices. English version by Fred. W. 
Bancroft. Music by Graben-Hoffmann. 
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
series, no. 64.] 267 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 42770. Julv 16. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 

Bourree. 1. Edward German. From 
Much ado about nothing. Violin and 
pianoforte. London, Novello & co., 
ltd. 268 

Copvright by Novello & co.. ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 42197, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Cello e basso. From the music to 

Much ado about nothing. Composed 
by Edward German. London. No- 
vello & co., ltd. 269 
Copvright bv Novello & co.. ltd., 
London. 1898,' no. 42208, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Viola. From the music to Much 

ado about nothing. Composed by Ed- 
ward German. London, Novello & 
co., ltd. 270 

Copvright by Novello & co., ltd., 
Loudon. 1898, no. 42207, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Violino primo. From the music to 

Much ado about nothing. Composed 
by Edward German. London, No- 
vello & co., ltd. 271 
Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 42205, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Violino secondo. From the music 

to Much ado about nothing. Composed 
by Edward German. London. No- 
vello & co.. ltd. 272 
Copyright by Novello & co.. ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 42206, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Brave (The) boys of our country. Pa- 
triotic song and chorus. By Miss Reba 
Koopman. Terre Haute,* Ind., W. H. 
Paige & co. 273 

Copyright by Miss R. Koopman, 
Terre Haute. Ind. 1898. no. 42254. Julv 
14. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Bretonisches volkslied. Breton ballad. 
(Paul Heyse.) English version by 
John Bernhoff. Neue gedichte (new 
poems) fiir erne mittlere singstimme, 
mit begleitnng des klaviers. Von Alex- 
ander von Fielitz. op. 69. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf & Hartel. 274 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. Germany. 1898. no. 41415, July 
11. 2 copies rec'd Julv 11, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Brownie town lullaby. Words by 
Harry M. Wheeler. Music by C. A. 
Foster. 275 

Copyright bv S. Brainard sons co., 
Chicago. 1898 1 . no. 41806, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Bungalow dance. By H. O. Wheeler. 276 
Copvright bv Chas. O. Brokaw, St. 
Joseph, Mo. 1898, no. 42705, Julv 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

But our God endureth forever. Duet for 
tenor and bass. Bv G. W. Marston. 
Boston . Arthur P. Sehmid t. 277 

Copvright bv A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 42771. J uly 16 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 

Can you stand for Christ alone? Music 
bv Joseph Fletcher. New York, J. 
H. Schroeder. 278 

Copvright bv J. Fletcher, Ridgefield 
Park, N. J. 1898, no. 41549, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Captain of the " Maine.'' Words and 
music by William Broderick. Phila- 
delphia, Zabel-Worley co. 279 
Copvright bv W. Broderick, Spring- 
field, 111. 1898, no. 34677, June 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 



Capture (The) of Santiago. Descriptive 
battle piece. By Chas. J. Orth. [Pi- 
ano.] Milwaukee. Wis., Charles J. 
Orth. 280 

Copvright bv C. J. Orth, Milwaukee. 
Wis. '1898, no. 42702, Julv 16. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16, 18 l J8. 



Castles in the air. Waltz. 
Bv T. H. Eollinson. 



Orchestra. 
281 



Copvright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42338, Julv 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Chanson nordique. Pour orgue. Par 
Oreste Ravanello. op. 40. Leipzig, 
Fr. Kistner. [Trois morceaux. no. 2.] 

282 
Copvright bv F. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 41899, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Charmeuse. Pbur piano a deux mains. 
Par Albert Landry, op. 143. Paris, 
Henry Lemoine et cie. [Six valses- 
buettes. no. 5.] 283 

Copyright by H. Lemoine et cie, 
Paris, France. 1898, no. 42432. July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Charineuse (La). Valse de salon. Pour 
piano. Par Carlos de Mesquita. op. 
112. Paris, Henry Lemoine et cie. 

284 
Copyright bv H. Lemoine et cie., 
Paris, France. *1898, no. 42427, July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Chorus of the sons of Hani. 2d picture. 
Words from the German by H. R. Pal- 
mer. Music by Anton Rubinstein, 
[n. i.] 285 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. '1898, no. 42326, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Chorus of the sons of Japhet. 3d pic- 
ture. Words from the German by H. 
R. Palmer. Music by Anton Rubin- 
stein, [n. i.] 286 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42327, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Chorus of the sons of Shem. 1st picture. 
Words from the German by H. R. Pal- 
mer. Music by Anton Rubinstein, 
[n.i.] 287 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. ' 1898, no. 42325, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

^Cloche (La) du Rhin. Drame lyrique, 
de Georges Montorqueil and P. B. 
Gheusi. Musique de Samuel Rousseau. 
Partition chant et piano. 288 

Copyright by Choudens tils. 1898, 
no. 33006, May 27. 2 copies rec'd May 
27, 1898. 

Come, my soul, wait thou on God. Solo 
and quartet. Words and melody by 
Alice Wooley. Arranged and harmon- 
ized by Wm. Dressier. New York, 
J. H. Schroeder. 289 

Copyright by A. Woolley, Ridgewood 
Park, N. J. 1898, no. 41550, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Coon's breach of promise. Song and 
cake walk. Words by Frank N. Scott. 
Music by Chas. D. Blake. Boston, F. 
Trifet. ' 290 

Copyright by F. Trifet, Boston. 1898, 
no. 37016, June l(i. 2 copies rec'd July 
11, 1898. 

Coquette. Words and music by Lueien 
G. Charhu. 291 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co.. Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 12311, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July It, 1898. 



Coquette (La). Gavotte for piano. By 
M. Bookbinder. Piano solo. Greene- 
ville, Term., W. L. F. Roseublatt & co. 

292 
Copyright by W. L. F. Rosenblatt & 
co., Greeneville, Term. 1898, no. 41462, 
July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Cosy glen waltz. By Eva E. Kirk Baker. 
[Piano.] [n.i.] 293 

Copyright by E. E. K. Baker, Adrian, 
Mich. 1898, no. 41463, July 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Cuba's liberty march. By Mrs. Ermie 
Pound. [Piano.] Chicago, Chicago 
music co. 294 

Copyright by Mrs. E. Pound, Lin- 
coln, Nebr. 1898. no. 42772, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

D. M. I. march. By O. R. Farrar. Band. 

Warren, Ohio, J. D. Cook. 295 

Copyright by J. D. Cook, Warren, 

Ohio. 1898, no.* 41457, Julvll. 2 copies 

rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Danse sacree. Pour orchestre. Par Mel. 
Bonis. Paris, Alphouse Leduc. 296 

Copyright bv A. Leduc, Paris, France. 
1898, no. 42425,"julv 15. 2 copies rec'd 
July 15, 1898. 

"Dartmouth songs. A new collection of 
college songs. Compiled by Edwin 
Osgood Grover and musically edited 
by Addison Fletcher Andrews. Han- 
over, N. H., Grover and Graham. 297 

Copyright by E. O. Grover. Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 1898, no. 36682, June 15. 
2 copies rec'd June 24, 1898. 

Dat chicken-liftin' coon from Tennessee. 
Words and music by Charles C. Web- 
ster. New York. Parker music co. 

298 
Copyright by Parker music co.. New 
York/ 1898, no. 38517, Juno 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 189S. 

Death (The) of Ensign Bagley, By W. 
Knox Baldwin. St. Joseph, Mo.. 

Brokaw music pub. co. 299 

Copyright bv Chas. O. Brokaw, St. 
Joseph. Mo. L898, no. U455, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 1 1. 1898. 



Dewey's crane walk 
S. Minter. 



banjos. l>v C, 
' 300 

Copj right by C. 8. Minter, Little 
Rock, Ark, L898, no. 42478, July 15* 2 
copies rec'd July L5, L898. 



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Titles— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



Donna Juanita. Polka characteristic. 
By Fr. von Suppe. Arranged by T. Di 
Giorgio for mandolin orchestra. 
Minneapolis, Minn., Di Giorgio & 
Franz. 301 

Copyright by Di Giorgio & Franz, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 1898, no. 28193, 
May 5. 2 copies rec"d July 11, 1898. 

Down souf in Alabama. Jannsen. .Eo- 
lian grand. 20281, [n.i.] 302 

Copyright by .Eolian co.. New York. 
1898. no. 39400,' June 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 
Dreams of childhood. Waltzes. Com- 
posed by T. J. Cook. Violin and x>iano. 
New York, Wm. A. Pond & co. 303 

Copyright by Heirs of T. J. Cook, 

copies 



U. s. 1898. no. 41964. July 13. 



rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Drei romanzen. (Three romances.) For 
oboe (or violin or clarinet) and piano. 
By Robert Schumann, op. 94. Edited 
and fingered by Henry Schradieck. 
New York, G. Schirmer. [Schirmer's 
library of musical classics, v. 413.] 

304 
Copyright by G. Schirmer. New York. 
1898. no. 41490, July 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11, 1898. 

Dying (The) poet. Lonis Moreau Gott- 
sch'alk. Edited and fingered by John 
Orth, [n. i.] 305 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898. no. 42119, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Easter (The) story. Words by Eleanor 
W.Long. From •'Resurgam,'" by H. 
R. Palmer, [n. i.] * 306 

Copyright by John Church co.. Cin- 
cinnati, O. 1898, no. 42316, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14. 1898. 

Economy. Written by Roland Carse. 
Composed by Herman Finck. Lon- 
don. Francis, Day & Hunter. 307 
Copyright by Francis. Day & Hun- 
ter, New York/ 1898, no. 41402, July 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Erotik. Poeme erotique. By Edvard 
Grieg, op. 43. no. 5. Fingered by 
Wm. Arms Fisher. 308 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 



ton. 1898, no. 42344, Julv 14. 



copies 



rec'd July 14. 1898. 
Estudiantina. Words translated and 
adapted by H. R. Palmer. Music by 
P. Lacome. Arranged for mixed voices 
by H . R . Palmer, [n . i . ] 309 

Copyright by The John Church co.. 
Cincinnati. O. 1898. no. 42329. Julv 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 13. 1898. 



Etude de concert. Pour piano. Par 
Waddiugton Cooke. London, Stan- 
ley Lucas, Weber, Pitt & Hatzfeld, ltd. 

310 
Copyright by H. B. Stevens & co., 
Boston. ~ 1898. 1 no. 41901, Julv 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Etudes enfantines. For the piano. By 
Henry Lemoine. op. 37. Revised, 
fingered, and annotated by Wilson G. 
Smith. Philadelphia, Hatch music 
co. [Hatch edition, no. 8.] 311 

Copyright by Hatch music co.. Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 42725. July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Fading, still fading. Response. By F. 
L.Jackson. ' 312 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co.. Bos- 
ton. 1898. no. 42354. July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14. 1898. 

Fair Honoria. Song. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gustav Iverker. 
[n.i.] 313 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 41971, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Fairy tales. Written and composed by 
Lester Barrett. London, Francis, 

Day & Hunter. 314 

Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. England. 1898,' no. 41398, 
July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Fantasia on American airs. Violin and 
piano. By Alfred de Seve. op. 8. 315 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42348, .July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Fiancee waltz. For orchestra. Theo. 
Bendix. [n.i.] 316 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no.42121, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13. 1898. 

" Fiancee waltzes." Bv Theo. Bendix. 
[Piano.] 317 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898. no. 42346, Julv 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Fitzhugh Lee. Two-step march. Com- 
posed by C. W. Leonard. [Piano.] 
Allegheny. Pa.. Chas. W. Leonard. 318 
Copyright by C. W. Leonard, Alle- 
gheny"; Pa. 1898, no. 41815, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Flatterer (The). La lisonjera. Piano. 
By C. Chaminade. Arranged by B. F. 
McDowall. op. 29-2. 319 

Copyright by E. Witzmann &■ co., 
Memphis, Tenn! 1898, no. 41812. July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898, 



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Titles— Continued. 

Flower (The) king march. Two step. 
[Band.] Arranged by Tom Clark. 
Philadelphia, J. W. Pepper. 320 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1897, no. 42889, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Flying (The) squadron. Words and mu- 
sic by J. Vernon. 321 
Copyright by E. Witzmann & co. ; 
Memphis, Tenn. 1898, no. 41810, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Folded wings. Song. Words by Eo- 
sina. Music by Charles Deacon, no. 1 
in D. New York, Boosey & co. 322 
Copyright by Enoch & sons, London, 
England. 1898, no. 42651, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



— no 

&. CO. 



2 in F. 



New York, 



Boosev 
323 

Copyright by Enoch & sons, London, 
England. 1898, no. 42653, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

no. 3 in G. New York, Boosey & 

co. 324 

Copyright by Enoch & sons, London, 
England. 1898, no. 42652, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

For thee, our flag. Words by William S. 
Brockway. Music by Louis H. Eaton, 
[n. i.] 325 

Copyright by Louis H. Eaton, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 1898, no. 39051, June 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Forging the anchor. Song. Words by 
Henry Vaughan. Music by Paul Rod- 
ney, no. 1 in D. New York, Boosey 
& co. 326 

Copyright by Enoch & sons, London, 
England. 1898, no. 41663, July 12.' 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Freedom's banner unfurl! Words by 
Florence Le Clair. Arranged from 
Verdi's Ernani by H. R. Palmer, [n.i.] 

327 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42323, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Freisehiitz (Der). Opera. Weber. Ar- 
ranged by D. M. 11. May for violin and 
piano. Baltimore, Md., P. J. ham- 
mers. [Select .standard operas, no. 3.] 

Copyright by P. J. Lammers, Haiti- 
more", Md. 1898, no. 42569, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

From the distant town of Cadiz. Song. 
Words by Hugh Morton. Music by 
Gustav Kerker, [n. i.] 329 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41972, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Fiinf stiicke in voekston. (Five pieces 
in popular mood.) For cello (or violin) 
and piano. By Robert Schumann, op. 
102. Edited and fingered by Henry 
Schradieck. New York, G. Sckirmer. 
[Schirmer's library of musical classics. 
y- 414.] 330 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 41488, July 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11, 1898. 

Gavotte moderne. For the piano. By 
Louis V. Saar. op. 24, no. 2. New 
York, G. Schirmer. 331 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 41543. July 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11, 1898. ' 

Gianetta. Gavotte for two guitars. Com- 
posed by Augusta Hervey. Loudon, 
Boosey & co. 332 

Copyright by Boosey & co.. London. 
1898, no. 42194, July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Gigue, 2. Edward German. From 
Much ado about nothing. Violin and 
pianoforte. London, Novello & co., 
ltd. 333 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 42198, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 



Glen 



iris waltz. Piano solo. By Smith 
& Zublin. Chicago, Smith & Zub- 



lin 



334 



Copyright by Smith & Zublin. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 41546, July 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15. 1S9S. 

Gondoliera. Barcarolle for the piano- 
forte. By Erik Meyer- Helmund. op. 
71, no. 1. Revised and fingered by 
Jaroslawde Zielinski, Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. [Collection of tone 
pictures. | 335 

Copyright by Batch music co.. Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 42776, July L6. 2 
copies rec'd July L6, L898. 

Good night. Arranged from the German 
by 11. R. rainier. Words arranged from 
Nlis. Goodwin by Florence l.e Clair, 
[n. i.] 336 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. ' lS9S.no. 12328, July 1 1. 
2 copies rec'd July L3, ISPS. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Grazietta. Tone piece for the pianoforte. 
By Gustav Wartenstein. op. 1. Re- 
vised and fingered by Albert W. Borst. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Col- 
lection of tone pictures.] 337 
Copyright by Hatch Music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898. no. 42775. July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Greenfinch (The). Quartet for female 
yoices (S. S. C. C), with soprano solo. 
Composed by Leone Sinigaglia. op. 18, 
no. 2. London, Novello & co., ltd. 

338 
Copyright by Noyello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898," no. 42202, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Happy little nigs. Rag two-step. For 
piano solo. By George Elliott. St. 
Paul, Minn., W. J. Dyer & bro. 339 
Copyright bv W. J. Dyer & bro., St. 
Paul, Minn. 1898, no. 37909, June 21. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

He will be my father, too. Descriptiye 
song. Words by G. W. Shepherd. Mu- 
sic by John H. Deylin. New York, 
Parker music co. 340 

Copyright by W. C. Parker, New 
York. ' 1898, no". 38549. June 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec ; d July 13, 1898. 

Hero and Leander. Act 1. I perceiye 
the Numidian horseman. Mancinelli, 
^Eolian grand. 30438, [n. i.] 341 

Copyright by iEoliau co.. New York. 
1898, no. 39398, June 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Act 2. Introduction and chorus. 

Mancinelli. iEolian grand. 30439, [n. 
i.] 342 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 
1898, no. 39399, June 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Hold the fort. Song and chorus. Words 
and music by P. P. Bliss. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio., John Church co. 343 
Copyright by P. P. & G. G. Bliss, 
U.S. 1898, no. 41751, July 12. 2 copies 
rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Holder Friihling, griiss clich Gott. Fur 
miinnerchore. Text von Edm. Winter- 
feldt. Musik yon H. Ernst Richter. 
op. 26. Leipzig, Einil Grade. 344 
Copyright by Emil Crude, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 41895, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

I don't play no favorites. Words and 

music by Al. Johns, [n.i.] 345 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1898, no. 42753. Jnlv 16. 2 copies rec'd 

July 16, 1898. 



Titles —Continued . 

I will sing of the mercies. Psalm 89. 
Music by H. R. Palmer, [n. i.] 346 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42335, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

I would not part with Kitty. Words 
and music by Chester F/nderwood. 
Marlboro, Mass., Warner music co. 347 
Copyright by J. H. Warner, Marl- 
boro. Mass. 1898, no. 42758, Julv 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

If I had known. Song. Words by Jean- 
nie Roberts. Music by G. Augustus 
Holmes, no. 1 in E flat. (Compass B 
flat to E flat.) London, Weekes & 
co. 348 

Copyright bv Weekes & co., London, 
England. 1898, no. 41397, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

If you but knew. Song for baritone or 
mezzo soprano, with piano accompani- 
ment. Words from "The Martian. ;; 
Music by H. T. Burleigh. New York, 
G. Schirmer. 349 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 42112, July 13. 2 copies rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Illusion Avaltzes. For military band. 
By C. W. Dalbey, [n. i.] 350 

Copyright by Dalbey music co., Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no. 32212, May 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 



In the gondola. Piano. By F. Bendel. 
op. 103. Arranged by B. F. McDowall. 
op. 27-2. 351 

Copyright by E. Witzmaim & co., 
Memphis, Tenn. 1898. no. 41814, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

In the ocean depths. Funeral march. By 
Mrs. Mattie McLeary Hutchison. [Pi- 
ano.] [n. i.] 352 
Copyright by Mattie McLeary 
Hutchison, Comanche, Tex. 1898, no. 
29761, May 13. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 



Indiana polka. Piccolo solo. By John 
S. Cox. For brass and reed band. 
Philadelphia, J. W. Pepper. 353 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 42756, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Irishmen must be there. Written and 
composed by Felix McGlennon. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 354 
Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London, England. 1898/ no. 41404, 
July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Iron city waltz. Composed by Amos 
A. E. Konold. [Piano.] Pittsburg, 
Pa., Amos A. E. Konold. 355 

Copyright by Amos A. E. Konold, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 1898, no. 41747, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd Jnly 12, 1898. 

Pse gwine to liab a -white man, sure. 
"Words by George Starr. Music by 
Hattie Starr. New York, M. Wit- 
mark & sous. 356 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 42763, July 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Italienne bourree. For the guitar. By 
S. S. Scheidler. Kalamazoo, Mich., 
S. S. Scheidler. 357 

Copyright by S. S. Scheidler, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. 1898, no. 42476. July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

It's hard to say good-bye! Written and 
composed by E. W. Eogers. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. *358 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 1898,' no. 41403, 
July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

J. O. S. Waltz. For two mandolins aud. 
guitar. By Herbert D. Zublin and 
Corydou D. Smith. Chicago, Smith 
& Zublin. 359 

Copyright by Smith & Zublin, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 41547, July 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Jolly (The) millers. Characteristic galop. 
By T. H. Kollinson. 360 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42347, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Jolly (The) travelers' march. Two- 
step. Band. Arranged bv Tom Clark. 
Philadelphia, J. W. Pepper. 361 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1897, no. 42890^-, July 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Jubilate Deo. In E flat. Anthem. Com- 
posed by Joseph Sieboth. New York, 
William A. Pond & co. [Anthems for 
the Episcopal service.] 362 

Copyright by Joseph Sieboth, U. S. 
1898, no. 41966, July 13. 2 copies rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Just one girl. Medley waltz. Arranged 
by W . H. Mackie for orchestra. New 
York, M. Witmark & sons. 363 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898. no. 42765. July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



Just one girl. Song and chorus. Words 
by Karl Kennett. Music by Lyn Udall. 
New York, M. Witmark &so ns. 364 
Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 42764, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Just you aud I, mother, dear. Words 
by Howard Graham. Music by Chas. 
Graham, [n. i.] 365 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1898, no. 42321, July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Kentucky babe. Schottische for piano- 
forte. By Adam Geibel. Arranged by 
Walter Jacobs for one or two banjos 
and piano. Boston, White-Smith 

music pub. co. 366 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 42104, Julv 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Kitty Clover. Words and music by Effie 

F. Kamman, [n. i.] 367 

Copyright by Whitney Warner pub. 

co., Detroit, Mich. 1898, no. 41459, July 

11. 2 copies rec'd July 11. 1898. 

Klondike schottische. Composed by 
Thos. Rennie, jr. [Piano.] New 

York, Parker music co. 368 

Copyright bv W. C. Parker, New 
York. 1898, no"! 38559, June 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

L. C. C. (The). Written by Alfred J. 
Morris. Composed by Walter Tilbury. 
London, Francis, Day & Huuter. 369 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, Eng. 1898, no. 41399. J ul v 
11. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Lakewood society waltzes. By Walter 
A T . Ullner. New York. Gage! bros. 

370 
Copyright by GrAgel bros.. New York. 
1898, no. 42315, Julv 14. 2 copies reo'd 
July 14. 1898. 

Leatra schottische. By l.eah B. Lessi. 

371 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42340. Julv 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14. 1898. 

Lenore. Poem by Edgar Allan Too 
Music by Stanley Haw ley. London, 

Robert Cocks & co. | Keei t at ion-music 
series, no. 14. ] 372 

Copyriglit by K. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don, England, ' l89S.no. U890,Jul^\ 13, 
2 copies rec'd Jul\ 13. 1898. 



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Titles— Continued. 



Life. Song for baritone or mezzo- 
soprano, with piano accompaniment. 
Words by John Boyle O'Reilly. Music 
by H. T. Burleigh. New "York, G. 

Schirmer. 373 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 42114, July 13. 2 copies rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Lord, Thou hast been our dwelling place. 
Anthem for mixed voices. A. L. Barnes, 
[n. i.] 371 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42123, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Love's flower. Song, with pianoforte 
accompaniment. Words by S. H. 
Rhodes. Music by P. A. Schnecker. 
High voice. New York, Edward 

Schuberth & co. [Three songs, no. 3.] 

375 
Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 42708, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Love's measure. 1. Honigdiebchen stahl 
zum spass. Quartette for female voices 
(S. S. C. C.) Composed by Leone Sini- 
gaglia. op. 14. no. 1. London, 

Novello & co., ltd. 376 

Copyright by Novello &. co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 42199, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Loving (A) burial. Trio for female voices 
(S. S. C.) with soprano solo. Composed 
by Leone Sinigaglia. op. 18. no. 3. 
London, Novello & co., ltd. 377 

Copyright bv Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898," no. 42204, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Luftschlosser waltz. Ph. Fahrbach, jr. 

.Eolian grand, 20269, [n. i.] 378 

Copyright bv JEolian co., New York. 

1898. no. 18066, Mar. 17. 2 copies rec'd 

July 14, 1898. 

Ma'gdlein, 's ist Friihlingszeit. Maiden, 
'tis springtime now. Chorus for men's 
voices. The English words by Dora- 
thea Baettcher. Music bv" Jacob 
Schmidt, op. 18. New York, P. L. 
Jung. [Choruses for men's voices, no. 
5.] 379 

Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 
1898. no. 42106, July 13. 2 copies rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Make no mistake. Schottische. Ar- 
ranged by W. H. Mackie for orchestra. 
New York, M. Witmark & sons. 380 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 42766, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



Mandanika. Romantische oper (nach 
einer indischeu sage). In 1 akt. Von 
Julius Freuud. Musik von Gustav 
Lazarus. op. 36. Berlin, Carl 

Simon. 381 

Copyright by G. Lazarus, Berlin, 
Germany. 1898, no. J 1666, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Marche. Pour deux pianos. Par Henry 
Falcke. Paris, A. Quinzard et cie. 

382 
Copyright bv A. Quinzard et cie., 
Paris, France. 1898, no. 42426, July 15^ 
2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Marchenbilder. (Pictures from fairy- 
land.) Four pieces for viola (or vio- 
lin) and piano. By Robert Schumann. 
op. 113. Edited and fingered by Henry 
Schradieck. New York, G. Schirmer. 
[Schirmer's library of musical classics, 
v. 415.] 383 

' Copvrightby G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, 110. 41489, July 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11, 1898. 

* Marechal (Le) Chaudron. Opera co- 
mique. De H. Chivot, J. Gascogne & G. 
Rolle. Musique de P. Lacome. Parti- 
tion chant et piano. 384 
Copyright by Choudens tils, Paris. 
1898, no 33005," May 27. 2 copies rec'd 
May 27, 1898. 

Medley of national airs and war songs. 
Arranged for the piano by "Win- 
throp." Cincinnati, Ohio, John 
Church co. 385 

Copyright bv J. Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. "1898, no. 42318, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Melindy. Words by Robert Emmett 
Mac Alarney. Music b3 r Henry Stan- 
ley Haskins, [n. i.] 386 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1898, no. 42754, July 16. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 

Mellow (The) horn. Song. By Wm. 
Jones. Arranged with echoes by H. 
R. P.. [n. i.] 387 

Copyright by John Church -co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 1898. no. 42334, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Menuet Pompadour. By Paul Wachs. 
Fingered by Wm. Arms Fisher. 388 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 1898, "no. 42352, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 



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Merry (The) cyclist. Words and music 
bv Fannie S. Everett. Cleveland, 

Ohio, J. G. Eicbards co. 389 

Copyright bv F. S. Everett, U. S. 
1898,i)o.42252. July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

* Miss Suzzanah Brady am my lady. 
Coou song and chorus. Words and 
music by Frances Armstrong Woods. 
New York, M. Witnuirk & sons. 390 
Copyright by F. A. Woods, Chicago. 
1898. no. 4265, Jan. 10. 2 copies rec'd 
July 7, 1898. 

Mother, what am I to do? Written and 
composed by Herbert Darnley. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day &. Hunter. 391 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 1898, no. 41405, 
July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

My brother belongs to the guard. Words 

and music by B. M. Mc Williams. 392 

Copyright bv B. M. McWilliams, 

Irwin, Pa. 1898", no. 42474, July 15. 2 

copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

My lady's favour. (At the tournament.) 
Words and music by the Marquis de 
Leuville. 393 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 42349, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Mj- little sister Kate. Words and music 
by Minnie Belle. New York, M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 394 
Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 42759, July 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

My Mary, dear. By Fred J. Hamill. 
Arranged bv Hans S. Line, for orches- 
tra, [n. i..] * 395 
Copyright by F. J. Hamill, Chicago. 
1898, no. 42755, Jul v 16. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 

My Sallie is waiting dere for me. Song 
with piano accompaniment. Words 
bv H. G. Wheeler. Music bv J. W. 
Wheeler, [n. i.] 396 

Copyright by B. F. Wood co., Boston. 
1898, no. 42310, July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14,1898. 

Nachruf. Forgotten. (Paul Heysc.) 
English version by John Bernhotf. 
Neue gedichte (new poems) fur eine 
singstimme, mit begleitung des kla- 
viers. Yon Alexander von Fielitz. op. 
69. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 397 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig, Germany. 189S, no. 41414, 
July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 11,1898. 

" 4300— Vol. 16, No. 2 3 



Titles — Continued. 

National waltzes. By J. Glenn Jones. 
[Piano.] Philadelphia, Zabel-Worlev 
<fc co. ' 398 

Copyright bv C. A. Mulliner, Milton, 
Pa. 1898, no. 41465, July 11. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11,1898. 

Nation's (The) honor. Eag-time two- 
step. By Chas. E. Brownell. Ar- 
ranged by C. S. Shields, for band, 
[n.i.] 399 

Copyright by D. S. Andrus & co., 
Willianisport, Pa. 1898, no. 41456, July 
11. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Never kick a man when he's down. 
Words and music by Feba D. Corn- 
stock, assisted by R. J.C. Spring- 
port, Mich., Feba D. Comstock and 
Lilla M. Krathwohl. 400 
Copyright by F. D. Comstock and 
L. M. Krathwohl, Springport, Mich. 
1898, no. 24334, Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11, 1898. 

Night song. Nachtlied. (E. Geibel.) 
Song with pianoforte accompaniment. 
English version by Addison F. Andrews. 
Music by P. A. Schnecker. New 

York, Edward Schuberth & co. [Three 
songs, no.l.] 401 

Copyright by E. Schuberth & co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 42710, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Low voice. New York, Edward 

Schuberth & co. [Three songs, no.l.] 

402 
Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 42709, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Nirna waltz. Composed by AY. Newell. 
[Piano.] Fort Worth, Tex., Fort 
Worth music co. 403 

Copyright bv W. Newell, Fort Worth, 
Tex. 1898, no. 41464, July 11, 2copiea 
rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Notre Dame march. By H. White. 4 
hands: 404 

Copyright bv H. White. Washington, 
D. C. 1898, no. 42538, J uly 15. 2 copies 
rec'd July 15, 1898. 
' O, all ye works of the Lord. By H. E. 
Palmer, [n.i;] 405 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. ' 1898. no. 42321. July 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

O, give thanks unto the Lord. Anthem 
for harvest. Composed by 1". Vine 
Hall. London, Novollo & co.. ltd. 
[Novello's octavo anthems, no. 599. | 

106 
Copyright by Novello A. oo., ltd., 
London. England. 1898. no. 12213, July 
14. 2 copies rec'd July 14. 1898. 



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O, my love is fair. Men's voices. Words j 
and music by Sydney Perceval. Bos- I 
ton, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo se- j 
ries. no. 211.] 407 j 

Conyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 42650, July 16. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 

0, wait, my soul. Words and music by 

Frank A. Miller. 408 

Copyright by F. A. Miller, Chicago. 

1898, no. 41553, July 11. 2 copies rec'd 

July 11, 1898. 

Oh, the beautiful spring. Written and j 
composed by Nat Clifford. London, j 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 409 j 

Copyright by Francis, Dav & Hun- I 
ter, London, Eugland. 1898," no. 41406, 
July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Old Ironsides. March-two-step. By C. 
H. De Vine. Arranged by J. Bode- 
walt Lampe. For band. Buffalo, j 
N. Y., C. H. De Vine. 410 

Copyright by C. H. De Vine, Buffalo, ] 
N.Y. 1898, no. 42537, July 15. 2 copies 
rec'd July 15, 1898. 

March and two-step. By C. H. De j 

vine. [Piano.] Buffalo, N. Y., C. H. I 
De Vine. 411 

Copyright by C. H. De Vine, Buffalo, ' 
N.Y. 1898, no. 42477, July 15. 2 copies 
rec'd July 15, 1898. 

On to Havana! Song and chorus. By 
Geo.W. Gale. Cincinnati, Ohio, Geo. 
W. Gale & co, 412 

Copyright by G. W. Gale, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 41961. July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 

On to victory! March. Composed by 
Ferdinand Lust. Clarksville, Tenn., 
Laurel music pub. co 413 

Copyright by F. Lust, Clarksville, 
Tenn. 1898, no. 42253, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

One name beloved. Ballad. Words by 
Thomas C. Latto. Music by H. P. 
Danks. New York, William A. Pond 
& co. 414 

Copyright by W. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 41970, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 

One sweet kiss. Song and chorus. Words 
and music by W. C. Parker. New 
York, Parker music co. 415 j 

Copyright by Parker music co., New | 
York. 1898, no. 38551, June 24. 2 copies I 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Our eagle cry. Words by Edward Za- 
remba. Music by Clara Zaremba. 
Chicago, Edward Zaremba. 416 

Copyright bv E. Zaremba, Chicago. 
1898, no. 41023, July 8. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Our hero and heroes at Manila. Descrip- 
tive march. By Otto Knaeble. Piano 
solo. St. Louis, Balmer &. Weber 
music house co. 417 

Copyright by Balmer & Weber mu- 
sic house co., St. Louis, Mo. 1898, no. 
41560, July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 
1898. 

Our " Maine." Words by Mrs. Will Spen- 
cer. Music by Jacob Day, [n. i.] 418 
Copyright by Mrs. Win. H. Spencer, 
Dallas, Tex. 1898, no. 41559, July 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Pacoiet march. Two-step. Band. Ar- 
ranged by Tom Clark. Philadelphia, 
J. W. Pepper. 419 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Philadel- 
phia. 1897, no. 42888, July 28. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Palmer's book of classical choruses. 
Edited by H. E. Palmer. Cincinnati, 
Ohio, John Church co. 420 

Copyright bv J. Church co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42336, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Petite valse. By A. Liadow. op. 26. 
For the pianoforte. Edited by Wilson 
G. Smith. Philadelphia, Hatch mu- 
sic co. [Melodic sketches.] 421 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 20708, Mar. 31. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Pkantasiestiicke. (Fantasy pieces.) For 
piano and violin (or clarinet). By 
Robert Schumann, op. 73. Edited 
and fingered by Henry Schradieck. 
New York, G. Schirmer. [Schirmer's 
library of musical classics, v. 412.] 

422 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 41491, July 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11,1898. 

Phebie, the warmest gal in to wn . Words 
and music by Lee Orean Smith. Wil- 
liamsport, Pa., Vandersloot music co. 

423 
Copyright by Vandersloot music co., 
Williamsport, Pa. 1898, no. 41453, July 
11. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Piccaninny's (De) dream. Words and 
music by Hattie Starr. New York, 
M. Wi tm ark & sons. 424 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 1898, no. 42761, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



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Poet and peasant. (Suppe.) Brilliants, 
no. 4, from the modern opera. For 
pianoforte. By Albert W. Berg. Solo. 
New York, William A. Pond & co. 425 
Copyright bv A. W. Berg, United 
States". 1898, no. 41967, July 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Polnische volkstanze. Polish dances. 
Fiir das pianoforte, frei bearbeitet von 
Moritz Mosykowski. op. 55. Arrange- 
ment fiir piano und violine von Hans 
Sitt. no. 1. Mazurka. Leipzig, C. F. 
Peters, [ed. Peters, no. 2905.] 426 
Copyright by C. F. Peters, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 41410, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Praise ye the Lord. Arranged from Bor- 
dese by H. R. P., [n. i.] 427 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. * 1898, no. 42333, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Prelude gotique. Pour orgue par Oreste 
Ravanello. op. 40. Leipzig, Fr. Kist- 
ner. [Trois morceaux. no. 1.] 428 
Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany 1 : 1898, no. 41898, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Prince (The) of love. Song. Words by 
W. Blake. Music by J. H. Leipold. 



Titles — Continued. 
Rock-a-bye, dolly. Words and music by 



In D flat. 



London, J. B. 
429 



Cramer & co., ltd. 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London, England. 1898, no. 41889, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Puritani (I), (quartette from). By V. Bel- 
lini. Arranged by T. Di Giorgio for 
mandolin orchestra. Minneapolis, 

Minn., Di Giorgio & Franz. 430 

Copyright by Di Giorgio & Franz, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 1898, no. 28190. 
May 5. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Red, (The) white, and blue, forever. 
March and two-step. For pianoforte 
Bv Charles D. Blake. Boston, F. 
Trifet. 431 

Copyright by F. Trifet, Boston. 1898, 
no. 37015, June 16. 2 copies rec'd July 
11, 1898. 

Remember, boys, the "Maine." Orches- 
tra. By Edward C. Lawrey. 132 
Copyright by Frank T. Gerst, Oak- 
land, Cal. 1898, no. 12217, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Ricordati. Louis Moreau Gottschalk. 
Edited and lingered by John Orth, 
[n. i.] 433 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co.. Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42118, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13,1898. 



Helen Preston. 



434 



Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42339, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, J 898. 

Rocky Mountain news. Two-step. By 

Harry L. Wilber. [Piano.] [n.i.] 435 

Copyright by H. L. Wilber, Denver, 

Colo. 1898, no. 42706, July 16. 2 copies 

rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Romance in G. For the violin and vio- 
loncello. Composed by Bernhard Car- 
rodas. [Piano accompaniment. ] Lon- 
don, Weekes & co. 436 
Copyright by Weekes & co., London, 
England. 1898, no. 41396, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Rough (The) riders' patrol. March and 
two-step. Composed by Elmer de Lacy 
Bennett. New York, Gagel bros. 437 
Copyright by Gagel bros., New York. 
1898, no. 42314, July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Rudolf (The) march. By James C. M. 
Fulton. Band. Philadelphia, Harry 
Coleman. 438 

Copyright by H. Coleman, Philadel- 
phia, ' 1898, no. 42750, July 16. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16, 1898. 

I Runaway (A) girl. Musical play by 
Seymour Hicks and Harry Xic bolls. 
Lyrics by Aubrey Hop wood aud Harry 
Greenbank. Musi cal numbers by Lionel 
Monckton and Ivan Caryll. Piano- 
forte solo arranged by Clarence Lucas. 
Piano score. London, Chappell & 
co., ltd. 439 

! Copyright bv Chappell & co., Lon- 

don, England. " 1898, no. 41896, July 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1:898. 

Sagamore (Tbe). March and two-step. 
Composed by Arthur R. Zita. [Piano. | 
Albany. N. Y., Henry P. Vogel. 110 

Copyright bv H. P. Vogel, Albany, 
N. Y. "1898, no. 127(H). July 16. 2 cop 
ies rec'd duly 16, L898. 

j Schwur auf dem Kiitli. Ana der ©per 
"WilhelmTell." Von G. Rossini. Zum 
konzertvortrage fUr mannerchor, mit 
klavior-harinoniuin. ad lib., oder or- 
chester begleitung. Eiugerichtel von 
Cyrill Kistlcr. op. 100. Partitur. 
Coburgj Conrad Glaser, l U 

Copyrighl i>\ C. Glaser, Coburg, Gei 
main.' 1898, no. 41892, July 13. 2 cop 
ies rec'd July L3, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Sehnsucht. Yearnings of the heart. 
(Otto Julius Bierbaum.) English ver- 
sion by John Bern ho if. Neue gediehte 
(new poems) fur eiue singstimme 
niit begleitung des klaviers. Von 
Alexander von Fielitz. op. 69. Leip- 
zig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 442 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig, Germany. 1*98, no. 41417, 
July 11. 2 copies' rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Selection from " A runaway girl." Music 
by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton. 
Selected and arranged for the piano- 
forte by Charles Godfrey, jr. Lon- 
don, Chappell & co., ltd. 443 
Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 41897, July 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Senorita waltz. Musical pearls, no. 15. 
By J. W. Moore. Arranged by D. M. H. 
May for violin and piano. Balti- 

more, P. J. Lamniers. 444 

Copyright by P. J. Lammers, Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 42570, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Serenade. For the piano. By Louis 
V. Saar. op. 24. no. 3. New York, 
G. Schirmer. 445 

Copyright bv G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 41542, July 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11, 1898. 

Serenade-badine. (Teasing.) Piano. By 
Gabriel-Marie. Arranged by B. F. Mc- 
Dowall. op. 26-2. 446 

Copyright by E. Witzmann & co., 
Memphis, Tenn. 1898, no. 41813, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Sevillauce. Pour piano a deux mains. 
Par Albert Landry, op. 143. Paris, 
Henry Lemoine. [Six valses-bluettes. 
no. 4.] 447 

Copyright by Henry Lemoine, Paris, 
France. 1898, no. 42431, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

She found his hiding place. Words by 
Howard Graham. Music by Chas. Gra- 
ham, [n.i.] 448 
Copyright bv F. A. Mills, New York. 
1898, no. 42320, July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Shot and shell march, two-step. By J. S. 
Duss. [Piano.] Pittsburg, Pa., W. C. 
Ott & co. 449 

Copyright by W. C. Ott & co., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 1898, no. 41748, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 



Silent (The) moon doth now arise. 
Words from the German by H. E. 
Palmer. Music bv E. E. Taubert, [n. i.] 

450 
Copvright bv John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. '1898, no.42332, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Since Johanna's got that rag-time in 
her head. Words and music bv Grant 
& Grant, [n.i.] 451 

Copvright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1898, no. 42322, July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Sing out vour songs. Words and music 

by Frank A. Miller. 452 

Copyright by F. A. Miller, Chicago. 

1898, no. 41552, July 11. 2 copies rec'd 

July 11, 1898. 

Sing unto the Lord. Anthem for har- 
vest. Composed by Cuthbert Harris. 
London, Novello & co., ltd. 453 

Copvright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 42203, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Slavonic melodie. Tone piece. By 
Jacques Kosenbain. For the piano- 
forte. Edited by Wilson G. Smith. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Col- 
lection of tone pictures.] 454 
Copvright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 20717, Mar. 31. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Sleep, little one, sleep. A lullaby. Words 
and music by Hatte Belle Arledge. 
Galveston, Thos. Goggan & bro. 455 
Copyright by T. Goggan &. bro., 
Galveston, Tex. 1898, no. 41962, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Soldier (A) of Uncle Sam. By Louis 
Ortenstein. Chicago, L. Ortenstein. 

456 
Copvright by L. Ortenstein, Chicago. 
1898, no. 40483, July 5. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Soldiers in the park. Quick march. By 
L. Monckton. Orchestra. Tenor clar- 
inet in E flat. London, Boosey & co. 
[Boosey's march journal, no. 57.] 457 
Copyright by Cbappell & co., Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 41409, July 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Solvejg's song. (Solvejg's lied.) By 
Edvard Grieg, op. 55. no. 4. Fi 
gered by Wm. Arms Fisher. 458 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos 
ton 1898, no. 42345, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



"Some one I love is coming. Song and 
waltz refrain. Bv Carrie Jacobs- Bond. 

459 
Copyright by S. Brainard sons co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 41807, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Spring. Song. Words by Frederic E. 
Weatherly. Music by F. Paolo Tosti. 
no. 3 in B flat. New York, Boosey & 
co. *460 

Copyright by Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 416(54, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Spring (A) night. (Friihlingsnacht.) 
Nocturne. For the pianoforte. By 
Carl Mehler. op. 11. Kevised and 
fingered by Jaroslaw De Zielinski. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Col- 
lection of tone pictures.] 461 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 42777, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Spring song. (Friihlingslied.) By Half- 
dan Kjerulf. op. 28. no. 5. Fingered 
by Win. Arms Fisher. 462 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42351, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Stacker rifles. March. Bjr Ferdinand 
Lust. Clarksviile, Tenn., Laurel 

music pub. co. 463 

Copyright by F. Lust, Clarksviile. 
Tenn. ' 1898, no. 42255, July 14. 2 copl 
ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Star (The) of love. (Der stern der liebe.) 
Words by Heine. Music by Georg 
Liebliug. In C. London, W., For- 
syth bros. 464 
Copyright bv Forsyth bros., London, 
England/ 1898, no. 41886, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898 

Storming (The) of Manila. Descriptive 
fantasia. By H. H. Fariss. [Piano.] 
Dallas, Tex., C. H. Edwards music co. 

465 
Copyright by H. H. Fariss, Dallas, 
Tex. 1898, no. 42778, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Suite on forme de valses, pour orchestre. 
(1.) Ballabile. (2.) interlude et valse 
lente. (3.) scherzo-valse. Par Mel. 
Bonis. Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 466 
Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris, 
France. 1898,' no. 42423, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Sweet Kitty Murphy. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by Stanley C. De 
Wolfe. New York, Parker music co. 

167 
Copyright by Parker music co., Now 
York. * 1898, no. 38552, ,1 une 2-1 . 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 



Sweet Rosy Cleary. Song and chorus. 
Words by P. Murphy. Music by W. B. 
Fairchild. 468 

Copyright by Fairchild music co., 
Chelsea, Mass. * 1898, no. 42536, July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Tannhaiiser opera. Wagner. Arranged 
by D. M. H. Ma} 7 , for violin and piano. 
Baltimore, Md., P.J. Lammers. [Select 
standard operas, no. 10.] 469 

Copyright by P. J. Lammers, Balti- 
more, Md". 1898, no. 42568, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Tarantella. By Aug. Winding, op. 45. 
no. 6. Edited and fingered by John 
Orth. 470 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42342, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Tarry with me. Hymns of the church, 
set to music by J. R. Thomas. New 
York, Wm. A. Pond & co. 471 

Copyright by Heirs of J. R. Thomas, 
U.S. 1898, no. 41965, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Technical piano studies, for general use. 
By Henrv Maylath. Complete. New 
York, Wm. A. Pond & co. 472 

Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41969, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

That clock is fast to-night. Song and 
chorus. Words by James McFarland. 
Music by W. C. Parker. New York, 
Parker music co. 473 

Copyright by Parker music co., New 



Yor k . 1898, n o . 38554 , J u n e 24 . 
ies rec'd July 13,1898. 



cop- 



There shall be an heap of coin. Harvest 
anthem. Words arrange! and written 
by Henry Knight. Music composed by 
FerrisTozer. London, No vello & co. 
[Novello's octavo anthems, no. 600.] 

174 
Copyright bv No vello & co., ltd., 
London, England. 1898, no. 42214, July 
14. 2 copies rec'd July 11. L898. 

This or that. Words by W. Beach 
Thomas. Music by II. Wiusloe Hall. 
London. Boosey & co. 1 7 T> 

Copyright bv Boosey & co.. London. 
England! 1898, no. 42195, July 1 1. 2 
copies rec'd .July 1 1. 1898. 

Thou art. Lord, the life. Words by 
Thomas Moore. Composed by H. R. 
Palmer from a theme attributed to the 
late Mrs. Sheridan, [n. i. ) 176 

Copyright by John Church co.. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio." L898,no. 12331, July LL 
2 copies rec'd July U. 1898. 



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Thought (The) of mother is my shield. 
Song and chorus. Words and music by 
Calvin L. Wessr. New York, Parker 
music co. 477 

Copyright by W. C. Parker. New 
York. ' 1898, no. 38556, June 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Through the day Thy love hath spared 
us. For mixed quartette or chorus. 
Words by Thomas Kelly. Music by 
Wm. R. Spence. 478 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898. no. 42355, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July' 14, 1898. 

* Through the mists. A ballad. By Car- 
rie Jacobs-Bond. 479 
Copyright by S. Brainard sons co.. 
Chicago. 1898, no. 41808, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Thy remembrance. Words by Long- 
fellow. Music by F. E. Gambogi. In 
D. London. Robert Cocks & co. 

480 
Copyright by R. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 42648, July 
16. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Robert Cocks 
481 



London, 



In E flat. 

& co. 

Copyright by R. Cocks <fc co., Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 42647, July 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Thy will be done. For male quartette. 
Words by Charlotte Elliott. Music by 
Wm. R. Spence. 482 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42353, Julv 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Tilting. 2. Rittersporu und eisenhut. 
Quartette for lemale voices (S. S. C. C.j 
Composed by Leone Sinigaglia. op. 
14. no.2. London, Novello & co., 
ltd. 483 

Copyright by Novello & co.. ltd., 
London, England. 1898, no. 42200. 2 
copies rec'd July 14. 1898. 

To please my bonnie Belle. (A vil- 
lanelle.) Words by Samuel Minturn 
Peck. Music by F. E. Gambogi. In D. 
London, Robert Cocks & co. 484 

Copyright bv R. Cocks &. co., Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 42646, July 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 16. 1898. 

In F. London, Robert Cocks & 

co. 485 

Copyright by E. Cocks & co.. Lon- 
don, England. 1898. no. 42649. Julv 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Toccata. Pour orgue. Par Oreste Ra- 
vanello. op. 40. Leipzig, Fr. Kist- 
ner. [Trois morceaux. no. 3.] 486 
Copyright by Fr. Kistner. Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 41900, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

; Toccata in E major. For the organ. By 
Homer N. Bartlett. op. 149. New- 
York, G. Schirmer. 487 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 41545, July 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11, 1898. 

Trans-Mississippi march. By Frank A. 

i . Bush. For 3 mandolins, guitar, and 

piano. Belleville, Kans., F. A. Bush. 

488 
Copyright by F. A. Bush. Belleville, 
Kans. ' 1898, no. 35912, June 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Piano solo. Belleville, Kans., 

Frank A. Bush. 489 

Copyright by F. A. Bush, Belleville, 
Kans. " 1898, no. 35913, June 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

j Tres-aimable (very amiable). Concert 
waltz. By N. Norrito. Arranged by 
T. Di Giorgio for mandolin orchestra. 
Minneapolis, Minn., Di Giorgio <fc 
Franz. 490 

Copyright by Di Giorgio & Franz, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 1898, no. 29191, 
May 5. 3 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

■ Trio (from op. 6). By A. Saran. For 
the pianoforte. Edited by Wilson G. 
Smith. Philadelphia, Hatch music 
co. [Melodic sketches.] 491 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 20716, Mar. 31. 2 
copies rec ; d July 16. 1898. 

Turn Thy face from my sins. Sacred 
song. For soprano or tenor. By Carl 
Pflueger. Boston, W h i t e - S m i t h 
music pub. co. 492 

Copyright bv White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 42105, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Two mariouettes. Arranged from E. 

Cooke by F. M. S. King, [n. i.] 493 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. ^1898, no. 42120, July 13. 2 

copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

! Two orphans. Medley waltz. By W. C. 
Parker. [Piano.] New York, Par- 
ker music co. 494 
Copyright bv Parker music co., New 
York. 1898, no. 38548, June 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 



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Two orphans; or, 1*11 care for you, Nell. 
Song and chorus. Words by James 
McFarland. Music by W. C. Parker. 
New York, Parker music co. 495 

Copyright by W. C. Parker, New 
York. 1898, no'. 38555, June 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Uncle Sam'll get you if you don't watch 
out! Words bvAnuie C. Work. Music 
by F. A. Worth." 496 

Copyright by F. A. Werth, Los Ange- 
les, Cal. 1898, no. 42479, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

* Uncle Sam's victory for liberty march. 
By Carrie Jacobs- Bond. 497 

Copyright by S. Brainard sons co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 41809, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

* Under the starry banner. March and 

two-step. By Isidor Sachs. Band, 
[n.i.] 498 

Copyright by I. Sachs. 1898, no. 
27760, May 2. 2 copies rec'd June 23. 
1898. 

* University of Chicago march and two- 

step. Geo. Schleiffarth. Arranged by 
H.H.Thiele. (1st violin.) [n.i.] 499 

Copyright by Fred. W. King, Chi- 
cago. 18S8, no. 34252, June 3. 2 copies 
rec'd June 3, 1898. 
Uptown, downtown. Song. Words by 
Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave Ker- 
ker, [n.i.] 500 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41973, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 
Yalse arabesque. Piano. By Theo. 
Lack. op. 82. Arranged bv B. F. 
McDowall. op. 28. no. 2. 501 

Copyright by E. Witzmann & co., 
Memphis, Tenn. 1898, no. 41811, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 
Yalse badine. Pour piano a deux mains. 
Par Albert Landry, op. 143. Paris, 
Henry Lemoiue et cie. [Six valses- 
bluettes. no. 6.] 502 

Copyright by H. Lemoine et cie., 

Paris, France. 1898, no. 42433, July 15. 

2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Yalse fantastique. By J. Wood Porter. 

(Piauo.) [n.i.] 503 

Copyright by J. W. Porter, Los Ange- 
les, Cal. 1898, no. 41461, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 
Yalse fieurie. Pour piano a deux mains. 
Par Albert Landry, op. 143. Paris, 
Henry Lemoine et cie. [Six valses- 
bluettes. no. 1.] 504 

Copyright by H. Lemoine et cie., 
Paris, France. 1898, no. 42428, July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Yalse impromptu. Pour piano. Par 
Waddington Cooke. London, Stan- 
ley Lucas, Weber. Pitt & Hetzfeld, ltd. 

505 
Copyright by H. B. Stevens & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 41891, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Yalse legere. Pour piano a deux mains. 
Par Albert Landry, op. 143. Paris, 
Henry Lemoine et cie. [Six valses- 
bluettes. no. 3.] 506 

Copyright by H. Lemoine et cie., 
Paris, France. 1898, no. 42430, July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Yalse noble. For the piano. By Louis 
V. Saar. op. 24, no. 1. New York, G. 
Schirmer. 507 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 41544, July 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11, 1898. 

Yictoria de Cuba. March. By Walther 
Grabau. Solo for zither. Newark, 
N.J.,W.Grabau. 508 

Copyright by W. Grabau, Newark, 
N. J. 1898, no. 41749, July 12. 2 copies 
rec'd July 12,1898. 

Yictory (The). Concert polka. Cornet 
solo and piano. By William Jaeger. 
New York, M. Witmark & sons. 509 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 42762, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Yirginian (The) march and two-step. 
By Louis M. Teichman. [Piano.] 
New York, M. Witmark & sons. 510 
Copyright by M. Witmark »fc sons. 
New York. 1898, no. 42760, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Waiting. Song. By H. Millard. Trans- 
scribed for the piano by Cramer. 
New York, William A. Pond & co, 511 
Copyright by YY. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 41968, J illy 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Walk lire (Die). Wotan's despair, Wag- 
ner. .Eolian grand. 30425, [n.i.] 512 
Copyright l>y .Kolian co., New York. 
1898, no. 39401, June 29, 2 copies reo'd 
July II, 1898. 

Wedding march. 1>\ Mendelssohn. Ar- 
ranged by P. M. 11. May for violin and 
piano. Baltimore. P. J. l.aumuns. 

[Musical pearls, no. 25.] 518 

Copyright b> P.J. Lammers, Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 42567, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July L5, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Wenn sich zwei herzen scheiden. (Em. 
Geibel.) Lied vonFriedr. Riegel, [~n. i.] 

514 

Copyright by Hermann Beyer and 

sohne, Langensalza, Germany. 1898, 

no, 41894, July 13. 2 copies rec'd July 

13, 1898. 

What is it calls? [Qu'appelle.] Song. 
Words by Charlotte Bayliff. Music by 
Richard II. Walthew. no. 1 in F minor. 
London, Boosey & co. 515 

Copyright bv Boosey & co., London, 
England. 1898, no. 41408, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

When stars are in the quiet skies. Words 
by Bulwer Lytton. Music by Eugene 
Cowles. 516 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42356, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Where lies my dear love dreaming. 
Words by C. A. Van Derveer. Music 
by R. M. Stults. Mezzo soprano or 
baritone iu F. Washington, D. C, 
John F. Ellis & co. 517 

Copyright bv J. F. Ellis & co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. '1898, no. 42115, July 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Whispering fevers. Valse caracteris- 
tique. By Fr. von Blon. Arranged by 
Geo. Franz for piano. Minneapolis, 
Minn., Di Giorgio & Franz. 518 

Copyright bv Di Giorgio & Franz, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 1898, no. 28192, 
May 5. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Why I love that picture so. Song and 
chorus. Words by James McFarland. 
Music by W. C. Parker. New York, 
Parker music co. 519 

Copyright by W. C. Parker, New 
York/ 1898, no! 38557, June 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Wiegenlied. Lullaby. Berceuse, von 
Half dan Kjerulf. op. 4, no. 3. Ausg. O. 
Fiir zwei pianoforte, zu 8 hunden. Von 
Aug. Reinhard. Berlin, Carl Simon. 

520 

Copyright by C. Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 1898, no. 41665, July 12. 2 ccp- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 
Winter song. Duet for female voices. 
(S. and C.) with soprano solo. Com- 
posed by Leone Sinigaglia. London, 
Novello & co., ltd. 521 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 42201, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Winter song. Male voices. By F. F. 
Bullard. Words by Richard Hovey. 

522 
Copyright bv F. F. Bullard, Boston. 
1898, no. 42534, July 15. 2 copies rec'd 
July 15, 1898. 

| With ebb and flow. Song. Words and 
music by J. L. Molloy. London, 
Boosey & co. 523 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1898. no. 42193, July 14. 2 copiss rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

With Georgie to Klondyke I'll go. 
Song and chorus. By Henry M. Black. 
San Francisco, Cal., Broder & Schlam. 

524 
Copyright by M. S. Sutphen. 1898, 
no. 28437, May 6. 2 copies rec'd May 
6, 1898. 

Wondrous (The) cross. Words by Isaac 
Watts. Music by L. Mason. Arranged 
bq H. R.P., [mi.] 525 

Copyright by John Church co.. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42330, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

I Woodmen of the world. Grand march 
and two-step. By Barnie G. Young. 
For piano. Arranged by W. A. Metz- 
ner. Elkhart. Ind., W. R. Weller. 

526 

Copyright by W. R. Weller, Elkhart, 
Ind. 1898, no. 41460, July 11. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11, 1898. 
XVHth (A) century love song. Words 
by Nicholas Breton. Music by Mary 
Knight Wood. New York, P. L. 
Jung. 527 

Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 
1898, no. 42539, July 15. 2 copies re c'd 
July 15, 1898. 

' 22d regiment march. By Victor Herbert. 
Arranged by Otto Langey. For mili- 
tary band. " New r York, Edward 
Schuberth & co. 528 

Copyright bv E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 42707, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

25 Etudes melodiques. For the piano- 
forte. By J. Con cone. op. 24. Re- 
vised, fingered, and annotated by Wil- 
son G. Smith. Philadelphia, Hatch 
music co. [Hatch ed., no. 14.] 529 
Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia, 1898, no. 42508, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



125 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

For index of proprietors see end of 



(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 
county, N. Y 



June, 
42 



Ainite city, parish of Tangipahor. La. 

June, 1898. 38 

Copyright by Sanbom-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 42789, 

July 16. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Baxter, Iowa. Insurance map. 39 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Eapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 41831, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Bland insville, McDonough county, 111. 

June, 1898. 40 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 11821, 

July 12. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Boston, Thomas county. Ga. June, 1898. 

41 

Conyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 41826, 

July 12 

Carmel, Putman 
1898. 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 42124, 
July 13. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Carthage, Hancock count v, 111. June, 

1898." 43 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 42360, 

July 14. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Casa Grande, Pinal countv, Ariz. June, 

1898. 44 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 36777, 

June 15. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Corinne City, Box Elder county, Utab. 

May, 1898/ 45 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 36776, 

June 15. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Crawford county, Iowa. (Denison bulle- 
tin's map of) 46 
Copyright by G. L. Coswell, Denison, 
Iowa. 1898, no. 34689, June 6. 1 copy 
rec'd June 6, and 1 copy rec'd July 11, 
1898. 

Davis City, Iowa. Insurance map. 47 
Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. ' 1898, no. 41832, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Detroit street railways and down- town 

points of interest. 48 

Copyright by R. .1. Maokey, Detroit, 

Mich. 1898, no. 41470 

ies rec'd .July 11, L898. 



Down-river points. (Map showing) 49 
Copyright by R. J. Mackey, Detroit, 
Mich. 1898, no 41469, July 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Florence, Pinal county, Ariz. May, 1898. 

50 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 35227, 
June 8. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Greenville, Bond county, 111. June, 1898. 

51 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 42359, 
July 14. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Lineville, Iowa. Insurance map. 52 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 41833, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Madison, Lake county, Ohio. June, 1898. 

53 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., "New York. 1898, no. 42788, 
July 16. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Merced, Merced county, Cal. 54 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 41827, 
July 12. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Millington, Tuscola county, Mich. June, 

1898; 55 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 42125, 

July 13. 2 copies rec'd July 15. 1898. 



111. 



June. 
50 



Minooka, Grundy county 
1898. 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 189S. no. 41825, 
July 12. 2 copies rec'd July 12. 1898. 

Nogales, Pima county. Ariz. May. 1898, 



Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898. no. 39473, 
June 29. 2 copies reo'd July 1 1. 1898. 

North Dakota. 58 

Copyright by Mutual life insurance 
co. of New York. 1898. no. 36711. June 
ir>. 2 copies rec'd July 15,1898. 

Oconto. Oconto county.. Wis. v Insur- 
ance maps of) May. [898. 59 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co.. ltd. /New York. 1898, no. 42787, 
July 16. 2 copies rec'd Jnly 16, 1898. 



12.6 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Oneonta, Otsego county, N. Y. (Insur- 
ance maps of) May, 1898. 60 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 42358, 
July 14. 2 copies rec'd July 14. 1898. 

Peshtigo, Marinette county. Wis. June, 

1898." 61 

Copyright bv Sauboru-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 42793, 

July 16. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Plainfield, Will couutv, 111. June, 1898. 

62 

Copyright by Sauborn-Perris map 
co.. ltd., New York. 1898, no. 42790, 
July 16. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



Princevilie, 

1898. 



Peoria couuty, 111. 



June. 
63 



Copyright by Sauborn-Perris map 
co., ltd.. New York. 1898, no. 41824, 
July 12. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 



Eock Yalley, Iowa. Insurance map.. 64 
Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. * 1898, no. 41834, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Rockton, Winnebago county, 111. June, 

1898. Insurance maps. 65 

Copyright by Sauborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1898. no. 42792, 

July 16. 2 copies rec'd July 16. 1898. 

Salamanca, Cattaraugus county, N. Y., 

June, 1898. 66 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 42791, 

July 16. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Thousand (The) islands. 67 

Copyright by F. H. Taylor, Philadel- 
phia. * 1898, no. 40497, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Trayer, Tulare couuty, Cal. June, 1898. 

68 
Copyright by Sanboro-Perris map 
co., ltd.. New York. 1898, no. 38578, 
June 24. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Yan Wert, Iowa. Insurance map. 69 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 41835, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

West Chicago. DuPage county, 111. June, 

1898. 70 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New 'York. 1898, no. 42357, 

July 14. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 



VI. ENGKRAVIjNTGS, cuts, A!\HD prints. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index to proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Advance guard reconuoitering. 70 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 42582, July 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

All for the best. 71 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
maim. New York. 1898, no. 41853, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

All he expected. 72 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 41851, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 



Assigned to duty. 



73 



Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maim.'Xew York. 1898', no. 41839, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Battered (The), stranded hull of the 
'• Maria Teresa." 74 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1«98, no! 42805, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16. 1898. 



Battery (A) in action. 75 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. " 1898, no" 42583, July 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Bench and bar of Maine. 1897-98. 76 
Copyright by New England pub. co., 
Lancaster, N. H. 1898. no. 41990, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Benevolent order of colored professionals. 

77 

Copyright by W. McClain and N. P. 

Garduer, Indianapolis, Ind. 1898, no. 

32043, May 23. 2 copies rec'd May 23, 

1898. 

Bible (The) as a library. 78 

Copyright by J. Bunyan Lemon, Wil- 
limantic, Conn. 1898, no. 38959, June 
25. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Bring on your navy. 79 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 42800, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



127 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



7 i ties— Con tinned. 

Call (A) to duty. 8& x oh 80 

Copyright by M. F. Tobin, New York. 
1898, no. 42577, July 15, 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 

Caxton school series. Civil government. 
Plates 36-40. 81-85 

Copyright by Caxton co., Chicago. 
1898, nos. 23844-23848, Apr. 14. 1 copy 
each rec'd June 2, 1898; 1 copy each 
rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Certificate of membership, class A. 86 
Copyright by U. S. mutual invest- 
ment co., Lexington, Ky. 1898, no. 
32550, May 25. 2 copies rec'd May 25, 
1898. 

Chemists (The). 87 

Copyright bv Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42361, July 
14. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Columbia's tribute. 8| x 6£. 88 

Copyright bv M. F. Tobin, New York. 
1898, iio.42578,\july 15. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 
Coming (A) out party. 89 

Copyright In* Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,'New York. 1898, no. 41838, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Competition reduced. 90 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 41841, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
* Diving horse. Front view. 91 

Copyright by Dr. W, F. Carver, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 33755. May 31. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 31, 1898. 

Side view. nos. 1, 2. 92, 93 

Copyright by Dr. W. F. Carver, Chi- 
cago. * 1898. nos. 33756, 33757, May 31. 
2 copies each rec'd May 31, 1898. 
Dynamite-gun vessel u Vesuvius'' in ac- 
tion. 94 
Copyright by J. G. Benuett, New 
York/ 1898, no. 42810, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 
Franklin (Benjamin). 95 
Copyright by Grolier club, New York. 
1898, no. 42421, July 15. 2 copies rec'd 
July 15, 1898. 
Fun, trouble, and retribution in a sum- 
mer garden. 96 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 1898, no. 41856, J nly 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Garcia (Gen. Calixto). 97 
Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, New- 
York. 1898, no^2807, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Gentle (A) hint. 98 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 1898, no. 41840, July 

12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Hearst (William R.). 99 

Copyright bv Fourth estate co., New 
York. ' 1898, no. 42486, July 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Herald (The). 100 

Copyright by Ault & Wiborg co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 41976^ Julv 

13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

How Dewey remembered the u Maine." 

101 
Copyright by M. O. Rolfe, Chicago. 
1898, no. 32546, May 25. 2 copies rec'd 
May 25, 1898. 

How it happened. 102 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 41854, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

In camp. 103 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 42808, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

In the field. 104 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 



York. 1898, no. 42809, July 16. ' 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



cop- 



In the trenches before Santiago during 
the negotiations for surrender. 105 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York/ 1898, no. 42803, Julv 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Judge's puzzle pictures. 16th contest, 
series 1. 106 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., Nov* 
York. 1898, no. 42802, Julv 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16,1898. 

Klondike (The). 107 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
Brooklyn", N. V. 1898. no. U7.m. July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1S9S. 

Landscape chart of botanical alliances: 
adaptable to the planting of parks, 
cemeteries, etc. L08 

Copyright bv J. MacPherson, Tren- 
ton, N. J. 1898. no. 11755. July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12. 189S. 

Laying in wait. 3d, 6th, lOth.and 71st 
regiments. 109 

Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, Ne^ 
York.' 1898, no. 42581, July 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Julv to, 189S. 



128 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Laying the foundation stone of West- 
minster cathedral. 110 
Copyright bv Henry Grayes & co., 
ltd., London. *1898, no. 18928, Mar. 21. 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1898. 

Loading the guns. Ill 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York.* 1898, no." 42812, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Map showing the section of Cuba sur- 
rendered to the United States. 112 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett. New 
York/ 1898. no." 42804. July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Modern warfare. 113 

Copyright bv C. A. Musselinan, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898. no. 33758, May 31. 2 
copies rec'd May 31, 1898. 

Natural (A) result. 114 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
mann^New York. 1898. no. 41846, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

New (The) aspirant. 115 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 41848, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

No gold brick for him. 116 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 1898. no. 41849, July 

12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Off for the war. Mother's advice. 6x8. 

117 
Copyright by M. F. Tobin, New York. 
1898, no. 42579, July 15. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 
One of the survivors, U. S. battle ship 
•'Maine." 118 

Copyright by M. F. Tobin, New York. 
1898. no. 42576, July 15. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 
Our next war. 119 

Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 42127, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Pillsbury (Commodore). 120 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 42811, July 16. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16, 1898. 
Plat of house, grounds, and garden. Plat 
of portion of town. 257. 121 

Copyright bv Colliery engineer co., 
Seranton, Pa. 1898, no. 41974, July 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
President (The) and our heroes. 122 

Copyright by Scwab mfg. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 42798, July 16. 2 copies 
rec'd July 12, 1898. 



Proud of her boys. 123 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun/New York. 1898, no. 41836, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Recognized. 124 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 1898, no. 41847, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Regulating the pressure. 125 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. ' 1898. no. 42813, July 16. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 1898. 

Remember the ••Maine". 126 

Copyright by M. O. Rolfe, Chicago. 
1898. no. 35553, May 25. 2 copies rec'd 
May 25, 1898. 

no. 1. 127 

Copyright by Ames & Rolliuson co., 

New York. 1898, no. 28127. May 1. 2 

copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 
no. 2. 128 

Copyright bv Ames &. Rolliuson co., 
New York. 1898, no. 28128, May 4. 2 
copies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

Seized an opportunity. 129 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann.XeV York. 1898, no. 41842, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Serious. 130 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1898, no. 41852. July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 



Shocking. 



131 



Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann/New York. 1898, no. 41844, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Spain sees stars and stripes. 132 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. * 1898. no."42799, July 16. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Stephen Crane. (A portrait.) Supple- 
ment to Literature. July 13, 1898. 133 
Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. " 1898, no. 41975, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Strategic (A) removal. 134 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 41843, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Tastes differ. 135 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann.'NeV York. 1898, no. 41845, July 

12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 






129 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

They had heard it before. 136 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
rnann. New York. 1898, no. 11837, Jnly 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Uuited States war senate. 1898. 137 

Copyright IjtB. M. Clinedinst, Wash- 
ington, D. C. " 1898, no. 12711, July 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Valuable (A) Lonelyville canine. 138 
Copyright by Keppler <fc Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 1898, no. 11855, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

We have remembered the " Maine." 139 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898,uo.l280l, Julv 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 
Withered hopes. 140 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 11850, July 
12. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Wreck (The) of the "Alniirante Oquen- 
clo." 141 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. ' 1898. no." 42806, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



VII. OHROMOS AND LITHOGEAPI1S. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



American (The) series composition book. 

20 
Copyright by C. H. Gaston, New 
York. 1898, no.' 30818, Mav 17. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 17, 1898. 

Battery (The) and Castle Garden. (Pub- 
lication no. 1. New series.) 21 
Copyright by Richard H. Lawrence, 
Treas. of society of iconophiles, New 
York. 1898. no. 27941, May 3. 1 copy 
rec'd May 3, 1898; 1 copy rec'd July 12, 
1898. 

Certificate of membership to the John 
Ericsson memorial association. 22 

Copyright by A. Holt, president John 
Ericsson memorial ass'n, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 1898, no. 10454*, Eeb. 8. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 26, 1898. 

Female (A) drummer, no. 6308. " Chase 

that away, boy." 1-sheet. 23 

Copyright by H.C.Miner litho. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 11979, July 13. 2 

copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

no. 6309. "Ok! this old boy is 

easy." 1-sheet. 24 

Copyright by H.C.Miner litho. co., j 
New York. 1898, no. 41980, July 13. 2 ! 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Goodrich factories. 25 

Copyright by J. P. Knapp, New York. 
1898, no. 33974*, June 2. 2 copies rec'd 
June 2, 1898. 

Interior car views, c. no. 1861. 48-sheet. 

26 
Copyright by George H. Mead, Chi- 
cago. 18J8, no. 12487, July 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15, 189S. 



"John Martin's secret." no. 6386. "The 

rescue.'- ^-sheet. 27 

Copyright by H.C.Miner litho. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 41981, July 13. 2 

copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

no. 6387. "You'll never live to tell 

the secret." 4-sheet. 28 

Copyright by H.C.Miner litho. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41982, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
Morningside park and St. Luke's hospi- 
tal. (Publication no. 2. New series.) 

29 
Copyright by Richard H. Lawrence, 
sec'y society of iconophiles. New York. 
1898, no. 27942, Mav 3. 1 copy rec'd 
May 3, and 1 copy "rec'd July 12. 1898. 
Primrose & Dockstader minstrels, no. 
6368. 3-sheet. 30 

Copyright by H. C. Mine/ litho. co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 41978. July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
St. Cecilia. 31 

Copyright by Lantz bros. & co.. New 
York . 1898, n o. 4 1 957 . July 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
"Sousas" (The) of the Wabash. 32 

Copyright by V. S. print, co., Russell- 
Morgan print, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, 
no. 41958, Julv 13. 2 copies rec'd July 
13, 1898. 
We are little pickaninnies. 

Copyright by James W. Treadwell, 
San Francisco, Cal, 1898, no. 32549, 
May 25. 2 copies rec'd May 25, 1898. 
West. N. Y. nos. 8090 and 8091. 34, 35 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, nos. 34410 and 
31 111, June -1. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 
1898. 



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VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



About Jumbo Jeff. 299 

Copyright by W. N. Brenner, Cincin- 
nati. '1898, no." 39490, June 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Admiral Dewey. (13 in. high). 300 

Copyright by J- Nardi, Boston. 1898, 
no. 34251, June 3. 2 copies rec'd June 
3, " 



After the swim. 1951. 301 

Copyright by Littleton view co., 
Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 42138, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Apartment of Prince Albert of Belgium. 

302 
Copyright by Frank M. Boteler, 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 16830,* 
Mar. 12. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 12, 1898. 

Art room, Arlington hotel. 303 

Copyright by Frank M. Boteler, 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 16833/ 
Mar. 12. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 12, 1898. 

Bankston Johnson, full-blooded Choctaw 

Indian. Rough Rider. 304 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42604, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Bedchamber of Prince Albert of Bel- 
gium. 305 
Coypright by Frank M. Boteler, 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 16832,* 
Mar. 12. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 12, 1898. 

Bound for Santiago de Cuba and Havana. 

306 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42600, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Cadets in the rigging, on drill. 1965. 307 
Copyright bv Littleton view co., 
Littleton, X. EL 1898, no. 42129, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Calm before the storm; waiting orders 

for Cuban invasion. 308 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N.J. 1898, no. 42620, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Camp Alger, Va. The colored soldiers at 

dinner. 309 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 

Falls. X. Y. 1898, no. 41867, July 12. 2 

copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Paying for the fun they had. 310 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls. N. Y. 1898. no. 41865, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 



Camp Alger, Va. Pitching shelter tents. 

311 
Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N- Y. 1898, no. 41864, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Shelter tents, known as dog tents. 

312 
Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 41866, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 
Charge of the Black brigade, no. 2. 313 
Copyright by Knaffl & bros., Knox- 
ville, Teuu. 1898, no. 42815, July 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 
' Co. E street, Rough riders' camp, Tampa, 
U. S. A. 314 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42590, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
Corvette cruiser " Stork" in dry dock, 
Kiel, Germany. 1947. 315 

Copyright bv Littleton view co., 
Littleton, N. H." 1898, no. 42142, July 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 
Cuban volunteers with Gen. Shaffer's 
army, at Santiago de Cuba. 1. 316 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, X. J. 1898, no.' 42618, July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

2. 317 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. j\ 1898, no. 42619, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
Dock at Tampa, on the day of sailing for 
Santiago de Cuba. 318 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair. X. J. 1898, no. 42589, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
Drawn up in black and white, no. 1. 319 
Copyright by Knaffl & bros., Knox- 
ville, fenn. 1898, no. 42814, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 
English, Russian, German, Austrian, 
Japanese and Swedish military 
attaches with our army at Santiago de 
Cuba, 1. 320 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair. X. J. 1898, no. 42625, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

; 2. 321 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, X.J. 1898, no. 42626, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

3. 322 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N.J. 1898, no. 42592, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



131 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Fun for the marines. 1952. 323 

Copyright by Littletou view co., 
Littleton^ N. H. 1898, no. 12137, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

General view of the artillery camp, 

Tampa, U. S. A. 324 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42587, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

General view of 8th U. S. infantry camp, 

Tampa, U. S. A. 325 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42609, July 15. 

2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

German cruiser weighing anchor. 1949. 

326 
Copyright by Littleton view co., 
Littleton, X. H. 1898, no. 42140, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Good-bye, boys ! 22d infantry boarding- 
transports for Santiago de Cuba. 327 
Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N, J. 1898, no. 42597, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Grand court. Trans-Mississippi exposi- 
tion. 328 
Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit, Mich. 1898, no. 41563, July 
11. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Guard mount, 2d N. J. vols. Jackson- 
ville, Fla., U. S. A. 329 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42615, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Hawkins' poultry pets. 330 

Copyright by R. E. Hinchey, De Soto, 
Mo. 1898, no. 41385, July 9. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Hein (Col.) and officers of the 2d N. J. 
volunteers, Jacksonville, Fla., U. S. A. 

331 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42607, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Hobson (Lieut. R.P.). 332 

Copyright bv M. P. Rice, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 1898, no. 42627, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
Hobson (Richmond Pearson), hero of the 
Merrimac. 1960. 333 

Copyright by Littleton view CO., 
Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 12131, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Hopper (Edna Wallace), no. 1. 334 

Copyright by James Charlton, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 42408, July 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

How the boys spend their spare hours. 

335 
Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 41869, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

In the camp of the second New Jersey 
volunteers, Jacksonville, Fla., U. S. A. 

336 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42617, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

J. 14. 337 

Copyright bv M. B. Parkinson, New 
York. * 1897, no. 36342, June 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

23. 338 

Copyright by M. B. Parkinson, New 



York. 1897, no. 38443, June 30. 



cop- 



ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

37. 339 

Copyright bv M. B. Parkinson, New 

York. 1898, 

ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

39-42. 340, 341, 342, 343 

Copyright bv M. B. Parkinson, New 
York. 1898, nos. 11317-11320, Feb. 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

43-46. 344, 345, 346, 347 

Copyright by M.B.Parkinson, New 
York. 1898, nos. 15622-15625, Mar. 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

55 and 58. 348, 349 

Copyright by M. B. Parkinson, New 
York. 1898, nos. 27272 and 27275. Apr. 
30. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Jerusalem, the golden. 350 

Copyright by Woodbury E. Hunt, 
Concord, N. 11. " 1898, no. 41474, July 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Lee (Maj. Gen. Fitzhugh). 1. 351 

Copyright by Strohmeyer A Wyman, 
Montclair. N. J. 1898, no. 42611, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15. 1898. 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, X. J. 1898, no. 42612, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

3. 353 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. L898,*no. 42613, July 
L5, 2 copies rec'd July 15, L898. 

Letter (A) from mother. 354 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman. 
Montclair. N. J. L898, no. L2605, July 
15. 2 copies reo'd .July L5, 1898. 



132 

PHOTOGEAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Light artillery for shipment to Santiago 

de Cuba. 355 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42595, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Loading the mules for Cuban invasion, ; 
Tampa, U. S. A. 356 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42599, July , 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Loop (The). Tehachapi pass. S. P. R. R. 

357 
Copyright by R. J. Waters, San Fran- I 
Cisco, Cal. 1898, no. 42128, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Mascot (The) of the Rough riders, to be 
loosed on the Spaniards. 358 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42616, July | 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Mischievous interruption. 359 

Copyright by W.N. Brenner. Cincin- 
nati. 1898, no.' 39491, June 29. ' 2 copies 
rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Mounteer (Sidney Arthur) Nos. 28-32. 
360,361,362,363,364 
Copyright by W. M. Morrison, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, nos. 41605-41609, July 11. 
2 copies of each rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Moving camp, 8th U. S. infantry, Tampa, 
U.S.A. 365 ! 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42614, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Music and reverie. 366 j 

Copyright by W. N. Brenner, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 39492, June 29. 2 ! 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 
Nunez (Gen.) drilling the Cuban volun- 
teers. 1. 367 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no' 42621, July 15. j 
2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

2. 368 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42622, July i 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
Off with our boys to Cuba. The fleet, 
from deck of the transport Vigilancia. 

369 ! 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, ! 
Montclair, N.J. 1898, no. 42591, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
Officers of the famous Rough riders, U. S. 
volunteer cavalry. 370 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, ! 
Montclair, N.J. 1898, no. 42602, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Old (The) army game (Poker). 371 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 41861, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

O'Neil (Capt.), of the Rough riders, and 

mayor of Prescott, Ariz. 372 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 

Montclair, N.J. 1898, no. 42606, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Picking daisies. 373 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 41868, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Prince Albert of Belgium entering 

Arlington hotel. 374 

Copyright bv Frank M. Boteler, 

Washington, D." C. 1898, no. 16831*, 

Mar. 12. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 12, 1898. 

R, 7 and 10. 375, 376 

Copyright by M. B. Parkinson, New 
York/ 1898, nos. 11327, 11330, Feb. 12. 
2 copies rec'd J uly 14, 1898. 

Rough (The) riders in line. 377 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N.Y. 1898, no. 41870, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Rough (The) riders packing for Santiago 

de Cuba 378 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42610, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Seascape (A). 379 

Copyright bv Walter Gardner, Glou- 
cester, Mass. 1898, no. 42824, July 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Seattle. 380 

Copyright by G. Braas, Seattle, 
Wash. 1898, no. 34253, June 3. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 2, 1898. 
Side of German ironclad, showing guns. 
1957. 381 

Copyright by Littleton view co., 
Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 42123, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Skirmish (A) line. 382 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 41858, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 
Soldiers at mess. 383 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 41860, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 
Soldiers washing dishes. 384 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 41859, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 



133 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Stack arms, U. S. monitor " Monterey," 

forward. 385 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42594, July 15. 

2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Striking tents to move on to Santiago de 

Cuba. 386 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no.' 42608, July 15. 

2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Sunday seryice on battleship. 1962. 387 
Copyright by Littleton view co., 
Littleton, N. H. 1898. no. 42130, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Sunshine and shadow. 388 

Copyright by Walter Gardner, 
Gloucester, Mass'. 1898, no. 42825, July 
16. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Surf study. 389 

Copyright by Walter Gardner, 
Gloucester, Mass. 1898, no. 42823, July 
16. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Sutherland (W. A.), grand master. 390 
Copyright by De Youngs, New York. 
1898, no. 42822/ July 16. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 

Taking the oath. 391 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 41863, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Teaching her little piggies to root. 1953. 

392 
Copyright by Littleton "view co., 
Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 42136, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Three jolly girls. 1954. 393 

Copyright by Littleton view co., 
Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 12135, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

To the victors belong tbe spoils, no. 3. 

394 
Copyright bv Knafrl & bros., Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 1898, no. 42816, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

To-morrow's lesson. 395 

Copyright by W. N. Brenner, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 39489, June 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Torpedo-boat harbor, Kiel, Germany. 

1950. 396 

Copyright by Littleton view co.. 

Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 12139, July 

13. 2 copies rec'd ,1 uly 13, 1898. 

4300— Vol. 10, No. 2 4 



Titles — Continued. 

Transport '-'Saratoga" carrying troops 

to Santiago de Cuba. 397 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42598, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Troop A, 9th U. S. cavalry, famous Indian 

fighters. 1. 398 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42623, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

2. 399 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42624, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Troop D of the ' 
went to Cuba. 



Rough riders" as they 

400 



Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42593, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Volley firing. 401 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 41857, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Warm your nannies. 402 

Copyright by W. N. Brenner, Cincin- 
nati/Ohio. 1898, no. 39488, June 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 



1956. 



403 



Washing day aboard ship. 

Copyright by Littleton view co., 
Littleton. N. H. 1898, no. 42133, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Water nymphs in the bulrushes. 1955. 

40 1 
Copyright by Littleton view co., 
Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 42134, July 
13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Where the jolly tars sleep. 1948. 405 
Copyrigbt bv Littleton view co., 1 .it- 
tletonj N. H. 1898, no. 421 1 1. ,1 nly 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Writing a letter home. 406 

Copyright bv M. IT. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 1 1862, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 12,1898. 

Youthful (A) enthusiast. 107 

Copyright by W. C. Shafer, Fairmont, 

W. Va. 1898. no. 8178 . Jan. 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 28. 1898. 

•'Yucatan" (The) carrying the famous 

Roosevelt's Rough riders to Cuba. 108 

Copyright by Strohmeyer A Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. L898, no. 12588, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July L5, 1898. 



134 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



409 



2d separate naval division, S. 1S ; . Y. 

Copyright by H. P. Ranger, Roches- 
ter, K Y. 1898, no. 42584, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 



2d U. 8. infantry boarding the 
for Santiago de Cuba. 



Copyright by Strohmever & "Wyman, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42596, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Iroquois'' 
410 



Titles — Continued. 

3d U. S. cavalry on parade, Camp Tampa, 

U.S.A. 411 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42601, July 

15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

9th U. S. cavalry — famous colored regi- 
ment. Draw sabers! 412 
Copyright by Strohmeyer &. \Yyinan, 
Montclair, N. J. 1898, no. 42603, July 
15. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law*, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to he perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged 'alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



After the dance. 
Copyright by 



15 
Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42166, July 14. Pho- 
tograph on tile July 14, 1898. 

American heroes " corking the bottle." 

16 
Copyright by W. P. Allen, Chicago. 
1898, no. 42854, July 16. 1 copy rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 

Apple blossoms. By Win. Frank. 17 

Copyright by W. Frank, Jersey City, 
N. J. 1898, no. 42859, July 16. 1 copy 
rec'd July 16, 1898. 

At the chutes. 24 x 7£ inches. 18 

Copyright by J. Nardi, Boston. 1898, 

no. 42716, July 16. 1 copy rec'd July 16, 



At the orsran. 



19 



Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42164, July 14. Pho- 
tograph on file July 14, 1898'. 

Autumn. 20 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42187, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Birthday (The). 21 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42188, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Bust figure of an Indian in fur and 
feather head dress, surrounded by an 
ornamental design of various Indian 
weapons and implements. 22 

Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 18373, Mar. 18. 1 
copy rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. 



Captain's (The) daughter. 23 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42172, July 14. Pho- 
tograph on file July 14, 1898. 

Cow (The) and her calf. 24 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42493, July 
15. 1 photograph rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Cuba's select. 25 

Copyright bv Schmidt & co., Xew 
York. 1898, no. 41756, July 12. 1 copy 
rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Desirous of knowledge. 26 

Copyright bv Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, 'no. 42183, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Dewey (Rear-admiral George). 27 

Copyright by E. W. Hadden, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 1898, no. 41758, July 12. 1 
copy rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Easy (An) catch. 28 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42179, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Eddy (Mary Baker G.). 29 

Copyright by Helen L. Bowman, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no. 41480, July 11. Photo- 
graph on file July 11, 1898. 

Evening solitude. 30 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl. 
Munich. 1898, no. 42189, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 18S8. 

Female portrait. 31 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, 'no. 42175, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 



135 

FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Field dowers. 32 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898. no. 42190, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Fury. Low relief. 15i x 12 inches. 33 
Copyright by L. Castelvecchi & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 42715, July 16. 1 
copy rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Girl with a -pitcher. 34 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42497, July 15. 
1 photograph rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Goat (The) cart. 35 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42499, July 
15. 1 copy rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Good (A) chance. 36 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42181, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Grandfather's portrait. 37 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42167, July 14. Pho- 
tograph on tile July 14, 1898. 

Have I remembered the " Maine?" 38 
Copyright by Theodore T. Goerck, 
New York. 1898, no. 32544, May 25. 1 
copy rec'd M;ty 25, 1898. 

Head and bust picture of a beautiful 
young woman wearing a liberty cap, 
etc. 39 

Copyright by American lithographic 
co., New York. 1898, no. 42500, July 15. 
1 photograph rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Helping (A) hand. 40 

Copyright by W. C. Ostrander. 1898, 
no. 42628, July 15. 2 copies rec'd Jnly 
15, 1898. 

Hero (The) of Manila — Admiral George 

Dewey. May 1, 1898. 41 

Copyright by Eaffaello Arrighi & 

co., New York. 1898, no. 42191, July 14. 

1 copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Highland (A) fling. 42 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42173. July 14. Pho- 
tograph on file July 14, 1898. 

Hobson's fearless. 43 

Copyright by Schmidt & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 41757, July 12. 1 copy 
rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Horse and colt. 1 1 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42189, July 
15. 1 photograph rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Titles — Contiuued. 

In expectation. 45 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. '" 1898, no. 42186, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Interesting news. 46 

Copyright by S. Wetzler, New York. 
1898, no., 29398, May 11. 1 copy rec'd 
May 11, 1898. 

Interesting recital. 47 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. " 1898, iio, 42163, J uly 14. Pho- 
tograph on file July 14, 1898. 

Landscape. 48 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42168, July 14. Pho- 
tograph on file July 14, 1898. 

Libation. By F. Battocletti. Height, 19 

inches; base, 1\ by 8^ inches. 49 

Copyright by L. Castelvecchi & co., 

New York. 1898, no. 42714, July 16. 1 

copy rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Luther (Martin). 50 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42180, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Mignon. 51 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. ' 1898, no. 42178, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Miracle (The) of the roses. 52 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, 'no. 42177, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Mother Goose's ride. 53 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros.. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42496, July 
15. 1 photograph rec'd July 15. 1898. 

Muses (The). 54 

Copyright by Arthur E. Blaokmore, 
New York. 1898, no. 42855, July 16. 1 
copy rec'd July 16. 1898. 

Old maid. 

Copyright by McLoughlin bros.. 
Brooklyn. N. V.' 1898, no. 12494, July 
15. l photograph rec'd July L5, 1898. 

Pallas A then a. 56 

Copyright by Wm. C. Ostrander, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 12629, Jul\ L5, 2 oopies 
rec'd July 15. 1S98. 

Portrait oi' a lady. 57 

Copyright by Fran- Hanfstaengl, 
Munioh. 1898, no. 12176. July 14. l 
copv reo'd July 14, 1898. 



136 



FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Question (A). 58 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898. no. 42169, July 14. Pho- 
tograph on file July 14, 1898. 

Rose-queen (The). 59 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42170, July 14. Pho- 
tograph on file July 14, 1898. 

Scene on the prairie. 60 

Copyright by American lithographic 
co., New York. 1898, no. 18374. Mar. 18. 
1 copy rec'd Apr. 13, 1898. 

Slovenly Kate. 61 

Copyright by McLougblin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42490, July 
15. 1 photograph rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Slovenly Peter. 62 

Copyright by McLougblin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42498, July 
15. 1 photograph rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Sour grapes. 63 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42184, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Squire's (The) daughter. 64 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42174, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Strictly confidential. 65 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42185, July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14,1898. 



Three (The) bears and the sleeping child. 

66 
Copyright by McLougblin bros., 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 1898, no. 42495, July 
15. 1 photograph rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Three (The) bears chasing a child. 67 
Copyright by McLougblin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42492, July 
15. 1 photograph rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Three (The) bears in counsel. 68 

Copyright by McLougblin bros., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 42491, July 
15. 1 photograph rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Three (The) bears out walking. 69 

Copyright by McLougblin bros., 
Brooklyn. X. Y. 1898, no. 42488, July 
15. 1 photograph rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Triumph. 70 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, 'no. 42182. July 14. 1 
copy rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Village (The) virtuoso. 71 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42171, July 14. Pho- 
tograph on file July 14, 1898. 



We congratulate. 



72 



Copyright bv Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. 1898, no. 42165, July 11. Pho- 
tograph on file July 14, 1898. 



X. INDEX OF COPYEIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found. In cases 
where the author and proprietor are one. the title will be found only in its place under the rubric 
"Books.") 



Acorn pub. co., Philadelphia : 

Hough (D. M.) Compound nrofits. 
(Books: 2.) 

^Folian co., New York : 

Down souf in Alabama. Jannsen. 
^Folian arrangement. ^Eolian grand. 
20281. (Music chart.) 

Hero and Leander. Act 1 : I perceive 
the Numidian horseman. Mancinelli. 
.Folian grand. 30438. ^Eolian ar- 
rangement. (Music chart.) 

Act 2 : Introduction and chorus. 

Mancinelli. .ZEolian arrangement. 
yEolian grand. 30439. (Music chart.) 

Luftschlosser waltz. By Fahrbach. 
^Eolian grand. 20269. (Music chart.) 



^Eolian co., Xew York: 

YValkiire (Die). YVotan's despair. 
Wagner. ^Folian arrangement. iEo- 
lian grand. 30425. (Music chart.) 
Allen (James), Kalamazoo, Mich. : 

Allen (J.) Allen's formulas for the 
melting, mixing, and fluxing of metals. 
(Books: 2.) 
Allen (W.P.), Chicago: 

American heroes "corking the bot- 
tle.' (Fine arts: photograph of paint- 
ing.) 
Allison (YY. L.) co., New York: 

Oswald (F. L. ) Adventures in Cuba ; 
or, How an American boy saved his 
friend and escaped from a Spanish 
prison. (Books: 1.) 



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Alteruus (Henry), Philadelphia: 

Tolstoi (Count L.N.) What is art? 
Translated from the Russian by Charles 
Johnston. (Books: 1.) 
American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia: 

Carman (A. S.) The covenant and 
the covenant meeting. (Books: 2.) 

Sursum corda. A hook of praise. 
E. H. Johnson, editor. E. E. Ay res, as- 
sociate editor. (Books: 1.) 
American hook co., New York : 

Stetson (W. W.) Geography of 
Maine. (Books: 2.) 
American fire engine co., Seneca Falls, 
N. Y. : 

Export catalogue of improved piston 
and rotary steam fire-engines manu- 
factured by the American fire engine 
co. (Books: 2.) 
American iron and steel ass'n, Philadel 
phia: 

American iron and steel ass'n. Di 
rectory to the iron and steel works of 
the United States. To which is added j 
a complete list of the iron and steel 
works of Canada and Mexico. 14th ed. 
Corrected to Apr. 1, 1898. (Books: 1.) j 
American litho. co., New York : 

Bust figure of an Indian in fur and 
feather headdress, surrounded by an 
ornamental design of various Indian \ 
weapons and implements. (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary. ) 

Head and bust picture of a beautiful 
young woman, wearing a liberty cap, 
etc. (Fine arts: photograph of paint- 
ing.) 

Scene on the prairie. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 
American shoe and leather ass'n, Phila- 
delphia: 

Book of ratings. July, 1898. 37th 
issue. (Books: 2.) 
Ames & Rollinson co.,Ne\v York : 

Remember the " Maine." no. 1. (En- 
gravings.) 

no.2. (Engravings.) 

Anderson (Nephi), Brigham City, Utah: 

Anderson (N.) Added upon. A story. 
(Books: 1.) 
Anderson (\V. J.), Trenton, N. J. : 

Unique railroad directory, July, 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Andrus (D. S.) & co., Willi am sport, Pa. : 

Nation's (The) honor. Rag-time 
two-step. By Chas. E. Bownell. Ar- 
ranged by C. S. Shields for brass and 
reed baud. (Music.) 
Apostleship of prayer, New York: 

Apostleship of prayer. Certificate 
of admission. (Books: 2.) 

Certificate of admission into the 
Bona mors ass'n. (Books: 2.) 

Certificate of admission, St. John 
Berchinan's sanctuary society. (Books : 
2.) 



Ajiostleship of prayer, New York: 

Memento of admission into the so- 
dality of the Blessed Virgin. (Books: 

2.) 
Arkell pub. co., New York : 

Bring on your navy. (Prints.) 
Judge's puzzle pictures. 16tb con- 
test. Series 1. (Prints.) 

Spain sees Stars and Stripes. (Prints.) 
We have remembered the " Maine." 

(Prints.) 
Arrighi (Raffaello) & co., New York: 
Hero (The) of Manila, Admiral George 

Dewey, May 1, 1898. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of statuary.) 
Associated press, New York: 

All quiet at Santiago. (Books: 3.) 
Armistice (The) extended. (Books: 

3.) 

As seen irom the " Vixen." (Books: 

3.) 

Battle as seen from Schley's ship. 

(Books: 3.) 

"Brooklyn" (The) under fire. 

(Books: 3.) 
Can save the "Maria Teresa." 

(Books: 3.) 

Cervera on the "Iowa." (Books: 3.) 
Evans's story of the fight. (Books: 

3.) 

Favored Toral's terms? (Books: 3.) 
Firing into Spanish lines. (Books: 

3.) 
Floods (The) about Manila. (Books : 

3.) 

Germany's hostile press. (Books: 3. i 
Gollan leaves starving Havana. 

(Books: 3.) 
Hobson tells of his feat. (Books: 3. 
How Cervera was beaten. (Books: 

3.) 

Lieut. Hobson is exchanged. (Books : 

3.) 

Losses of Gen. Wheeler. (Books: 3.^ 
Military (The) operations. (Books: 

3.) 
Our army ready to attack. (Books: 3.) 
Our losses at Santiago. (Books: 3.) 
Philippine agent at London. 

(Books: 3.) 

1 'risoners go to Ports m o u t h . 

(Books: 3.) 

Prisoners on the ••Resolute." 

(Books: 3.) 

Quarantine at Guantanaino. 

(Books: 3.) 
Rain of shells on the city. (Books: 30 
Rebels will storm Manila. I Books: 3.) 
Ruins (The) oi' Spain's fleet. 

(Books: 3.) 
Santiago (The) refugees. ( Books 
Santiago will not capitulate. 

(Books: 3.) 
Schley's visit to Cervera. (Books: 30 
Second American revolution. 

(Books: 3.) 
Shatters plan of attack. (Books: 30 



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Associated press, New York: 

Ships bombard Santiago. (Books: 3.) 

Spain knows her weakness. (Books : 
3.) 

Spaniards feared massacre. 
(Books: 3.) 

Spaniards seen on the wrecks. 
(Books: 3 ) 

Spanish (A) bomb on the "Indiana." 
(Books: 3.) 

Spanish shells go wild. (Books: 3.) 

Spanish soldiers starving. (Books: 
3.) 

Spanish version of the fight. (Books : 
3.) 

Surprise (A) at Manzanillo. (Books: 
3.) 

To bring wounded home. (Books: 3.) 

Toral tried to make terms. (Books: 
3.) 

Transports reach Juragua. (Books: 
3.) 

•'Vulcan's' 7 launch under tire. 
(Books: 3.) 

Waiting for General Miles. (Books: 
3.) 

Warships sbell Santiago. (Books : 3.) 

Work of landing men for Shafter 
proceeds rapidly. (Books: 3.) 
Ault & Wiborg co., Cincinnati, Ohio : 

"Herald (The)." (Engravings.) 
Babcock & Wilcox co., New York: 

Steam. Its generation and use; with 
catalogue of the manufactures of the 
Babcock & Wilcox co. 13th ed. 
(Books: 2.) 
Bagg (S. C), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Tvpogravnre. " Engraving without 
a plate." (Books: 2.) 
Baker (Eva E. Kirk), Adrian, Mich. : 

Cosy glen waltz. By Eva E. Kirk 
Baker. [Piano.] (Music.) 
Balmer & Weber music house co., St. 
Louis, Mo. : 

Our hero and heroes at Manila. 
Descriptive march. By Otto Knaeble. 
Piano solo. (Music.) 
Banks & bros., New York: 

Bankruptcv law. (Official ed. of the) 
1898. With full index. (Books: 2.) 

United States reports, v. 171. pt. 2. 
June 1,1898. pp. 225-438. (Books: 1.) 
Barnes (John G.),Xew York: 

Pace (The) that kills. A drama of 
New York life in one act. By John G. 
Barnes. (Dramatic compositions.) 
* Barnhouse (C. L.), Oskaloosa, Iowa. : 

Battle (The) of Manila. Arranged 
for orchestra. By C. L. Barnhouse. 
(Music.) 

March. Arranged for military j 

band. By C L. Barnhouse. (Music.) 
Bartlett (J. A.) music co., Providence, 
R. I. : 

Battle ship (The) " Maine." Words 
by Chas. H. Batty. Music by J. A. 
Bartlett. (Music.) 



Bartlett agency, Chicago: 

The Bartlett agency. Directory of 
attorneys of the Bartlett agency. 
Chicago. (Books: 1.) 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 

Advisory rates of Nevada, Story 
county, Iowa. v. 296. (Books: 2.) 

Advisory rates of Rock Valley, Sioux 
county, Iowa. v. 352. (Books: 2.) 

Advisorv rates of Seymour, Wavne 
county, Iowa. v. 368. (Books: 2.) 

Baxter, Iowa. [Insurance map.] 
(Maps.) 

Davis City, Iowa. [Insurance map.] 
(Maps.) 

Lineville, Iowa. [Insurance map.] 
(Maps.) 

Rock Valley, Iowa. [Insurance map.] 
(Maps.) 

Van Wert, Iowa. [Insurance map.] 
(Maps.) 
Bennett (James Gordon), New York: 

Advance guard reconnoitering. 
(Prints.) 

Battered (The), stranded hull of 
the " Maria Teresa." (Prints.) 

Battery (A) in action. (Prints.) 

Dynamite-gun vessel " Vesuvius " in 
action. (Prints.) 

Garcia (Gen. Calixto). (Prints.) 

In camp. (Prints.) 

In the field. (Prints.) 

In the trenches before Santiago dur- 
ing the negotiations for surrender. 
(Prints.) 

Laying in wait. 3d, 6th, 10th, and 
71st regiments. (Prints.) 

Loading the guns. (Prints.) 

Map showing the section of Cuba 
surrendered to the United States. 

Pillsbury (Commodore). (Prints.) 

Regulating the pressure. (Prin ts. ) 

Wreck (The) of the "Almirante 
Oquendo." (Prints.) 
Berg (Albert W.), U.S. : 

Poet and peasant. (Suppe.) Bril- 
liants from the modern opera. For 
pianoforte. By Albert W. Berg. Solo. 
(Music.) 
Beyer (Hermann) & sohne, Langensalza, 
Germany: 

Wenn sich zwei herzen scheiden. 
Lied von Friedr. Riegel. (Music.) 
Bible study pub. co., Boston: 

Great 'men of Israel and Old Testa- 
ment teachings. The Bible study man- 
uals, v. 8. no. 8. Lessons 32-35. (Books: 
2.) 

Old Testament heroes. Primary 
teacher's heliier. v. 8. no. 8. Lessons 
32-35. (Books: 2.) 
Blackmore (Arthur E.), New York: 

Muses (The). (Fine arts : photograph 
of painting.) 
* Bliss (P.P. & G. G.),U. S.: 

Hold the fort. Song and chorus. By 
P. P. Bliss. (Music.) 



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Boosey & co., London: 

Gianetta. Gavotte for two guitars. 
Composed by Augusta Hervey. (Mu- 
sic.) 

This or that. Words by W. Beach 
Thomas. Music by H. Wiusloo Hall. 
(Music.) 

What is it calls? (Qu' appelle.) Song. 
Words by Charlotte Baytiff. Music by 
Richard H. Walthew. no. 1 in F. minor. 
(Music.) 

With ebb and How. Song. Words 
and music bv J. L. Molloy. (Music.) 
Boteler (Frank M.), Washington, D. C. : 

Apartment of Prince Albert of Bel- 
gium. (Photographs.) 

Art room, Arlington hotel. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Bed chamber of Prince Albert of 
Belgium. (Photographs.) 

Prince Albert of Belgium entering 
Arlington hotel. (Photographs.) 
Bowman (Helen L.), Chicago: 

Eddy (Mary Baker G.) (Fine arts: 
photograph of statuary.) 
Boyd (C. E.), Philadelphia: 

Boyd's directory of Asbury Park, 
Ocean Grove, West Park, West Grove, 
Bradley Beach, Avon, Belmar, Deal, 
Alleuhurst, Interlaken, and Loch Ar- 
bor, Monmouth co., N. J. 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Braas (G.), Seattle, Wash. : 

Seattle. (Photographs.) 
*Brainard (S.) sons co., Chicago: 

Brownie town lullaby. Words by 
Harry M. Wheeler. Music by C. A. 
Foster. (Music.) 

Some one I love is coming. Song 
and waltz refrain. By Carrie Jacobs- 
Bond. (Music.) 

Through the mists. A ballad. By 
Carrie Jacobs-Bond. (Music.) 

Uncle Sam's victory for liberty 
march. By Carrie Jacobs-Bond. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig: 

Blau veilchen. (A. G. Kaufmann.) 
Neue gedichte fiir eine mittlere sing- 
stimme mit pianoforte begleitung. 
Deutsch-Englisch. Von Alexander von 
Fielitz. op. 69. (Music.) 

Bretouisches volkslied. (P. Heyse.) 
Neue gedichte fiir eine mittlere sing- 
stimme, mit pianoforte begleitung. 
Deutsch-Englisch. Von Alexander von 
Fielitz. op. 69. (Music.) 

Nachruf. (P. Heyse.) Neue gedichte 
fiir eine mittlere singstimme mit piano- 
forte begleitung. beutsche-Engliscb. 
Von Alexander von Fielitz. op. 69. 
(Music.) 

Sehnsucht. (O. J. Bierbaum.) Neue 
gedichte fiir eine singstimme mit piano- 
forte begleitung. Deutsche-Fngliseh. 
Von Alexander von Fielitz. op. 69. 
(Music.) 



Brenner (W. N.), Cincinnati, Ohio: 

About Jumbo Jef. (Photographs.) 
Mischevious interruption. (Photo 
graphs.) 

Music and reverie. (Photographs.) 
To-morrow's lesson. (Photographs.) 
Warm your hannies. (Photographs.) 
Broderick (Win.), Springfield, 111. : 

Captain of the ''Maine." Words 
and music by Wra, Broderick. 
Brokaw (Chas. O.), St. Joseph, Mo. : 

Bungalow dance. By H. O. Wheeler. 
(Musical composition.) 

Death (The) of Ensign Bagley. By 
W. Knox Baldwin. (Music.) 
Brooks (Christopher P.), Lowell, Mass. : 
Brooks (C. P.) Cotton: its uses, 
varieties, fiber structure, cultivation, 
and preparation for the market, and as 
an article of commerce ; also the manu- 
facture of cotton-seed oil, cotton-seed 
meal, and fertilizers, [etc.] (Books: 

1.) 
Brown (C.E.) & co., Boston: 

Manila. Souvenir of the first naval 
battle. (Books: 2.) 
Bullard (Frederic Field), Boston : 

Barney McGee. Solo and chorus. 
By F. F. Bullard. Words by Richard 
Hovey. (Musical composition.) 

Winter song. Male voices. ByF.F. 
Bullard. Words by Richard Hovey. 
(Musical composition.) 
Bush (Frank A.), Belleville, Kans. : 

Trans-Mississippi march. By F. A. 
Bush. 1st, 2d, and 3d mandolins, with 
guitar and piano accompaniment. ^Mu- 
sic.) 

Piano solo. (Music.) 

Camp (W.M.), Chicago: 

Notes on track. 62. Switch projec- 
tion. (Books: 3.) 
* Carver (Dr. W. P.), Chicago : 

Diving horse. Front view. | En- 
gravings.) 

Side view. nos. 1,2. (Engrav- 
ings.) 
Castelvecchi (L.) & co.. New York: 

Fury. Low relief. 1">.\ \ 12 inches. 
(Fine arts: photograph of statuary.) 

Libation. By F. Battocletti. Height. 
19 inches; base, 7.1 \ S.l inches. (Pho- 
tograph of statuary.) 
Caswell (G. LA Denison, Iowa : 

Crawford county. Iowa. (DenisoD 
bulletin's map of.) (Maps.) 
Caxton co.. Chicago: 

Caxton school series. ids. 36-40. 
Civil government. ( Prints.) 
Chappell vV co.. ltd.. London, England: 

Runaway (A) girl. Musical numbers 
by Lionel Moncklou and Ivan Caryll. 
Pianoforte solo. Arranged by Clarence 
Lucas. (Music) 

Selection from "A runawaj girl." 
Arranged by Charles Godfrey, jr. 
Piano. (Music.) 



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Chappell & eo., ltd., London, England: 

Soldiers in the park. For orchestra. 
By L. Monekton. [Boosey's march 
journal, no. 57.] (Music.) 
Charlton (James), Chicago: 

Hopper (Edna Wallace). no. 1. 
(Photographs.) 
Chicago record, Chicago: 

Biography. The world's famous 
scientists, no. 168. July 15. [Chi- 
cago record's home study circle.] 
(Books: 3.) 

Geography. Trade centers of the 
world, no. 165. July 12. [Chicago 
record's home study circle.] (Books: 
3.] 

Lectures on astronomy. no. 166. 
July 13. [Chicago record's home study 
circle.] (Books: 3.) 

Literature. Popular living authors, 
no. 163. July 9, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Popular studies in architecture, no. 
169. July 16, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Smart (C.) How to keep well. The 
Chicago record's hygienic manual for 
United States soldiers in the field. 
(Books: 2.) 
* Choudens fils, Paris : 

Cloche (La) du Rhiu. Draine lyrique 
de Georges Montorgueil and P. B. 
Gheusi. Musique de Samuel Rousseau. 
Partition chant et piano. (Music.) 

Marechal (Le) Chauclron. Opera- 
comique de H. Chivot, J. Gascogne, and 
G. Rolle. Musique de P. Lacoine. Par- 
tition chant et piano. (Music.) 
Chown commercial co., Lima, Ohio: 

Chown's (C. M.) retail reports. 
Jackson county, Mich. 2d ed. (Books : 
2.) 
Christian standard co., ltd. , Philadelphia : 

Smith (J. H.) From glory to glory; 
or, Degrees iu the spiritual life. 
(Books: 1.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Chorus of the sons of Ham. 2d pic- 
ture. Words from the German by H. 
R. Palmer. Music by A. Rubenstein. 
(Music.) 

Chorus of the sons of Japhet. 3d 
picture. Words from the German by 
H. R. Palmer. Music by Anton Ruben- 
stein. (Music.) 

Chorus of the sons of Shem. 1st 
picture. Words from the German by 
H. R. Palmer. Music by Anton Ruben- 
stein. (Music.) 

Easter (The) story. Words by 
Eleanor W. Long. From " Resurgam," 
by H. R. Palmer. (Music.) 

Estudiantina. Arranged for mixed 
voices by H. R. Palmer. Words trans- 
lated and adapted by H. R.P. Music 
by P. Lacome. (Music.) 



Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Freedom's banner unfurl ! Words by 
Florence Le Clair. Arranged from 
Verdi's Ernani, by H. R. Palmer. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Good night. Words arranged from 
Mrs. Goodwin by Florence Le Clair. 
Arranged from the German by H. R. 
Palmer. (Music.) 

I will sing of the mercies. Psalm 
89. By H. R. Palmer. (Music.) 

Medley of national airs and war 
songs. Arranged for the piano by 
"Winthrop." (Music.) 

Mellow (The) horn. By Wm. Jones. 
Arranged with echoes by H. R. P. (Mu- 
sic.) 

O, all ye works of the Lord. By H. 
R. Palmer. (Music.) 

Palmer's book of classical choruses. 
Edited by H. R. Palmer. (Music book.) 

Praise ye the Lord. Arranged from 
Bordese, by H. R. P. (Music.) 

Silent (The) moon doth now arise. 
Words from the German by H. R. Pal- 
mer. Music by E. E. Taubert. (Mu- 
sic.) 

' ' Thou art, O Lord, the life." Words 
by Thomas Moore. Composed by H. 
R. Palmer from a theme attributed to 
the late Mrs. Sheridan. (Music.) 

Wondrous (The) cross. Words by 
Isaac Watts. Music by L. Mason. Ar- 
ranged by H. R. P. (Music.) 
Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, D. C. : 

United States war senate, 1898. 
(Engravings.) 
Clymer (W. B. Shubrick), Boston : 

Laudor (Walter Savage). Selections 
from the writings of W. S. L. Edited, 
with introduction and notes, by W. B. 
Shubrick Clymer. (Athemeum press 
series.) (Books: 1.) 
Cocks (Robert) & co., London, England: 

Lenore. Words by Edgar Allan Poe. 
Music by Stanley Hawley. [Recitation- 
music series, no. 14.] (Music.) 

Thy remembrance. In D. Words 
by Longfellow. Music by F. E. Gam- 
bogi. (Music.) 

In E flat. Words by Longfellow. 

Music by F. E. Gambogi. (Music.) 

To please my bonnie Belle. In D. 
Words by Samuel Mi n turn Peck. Mu- 
sic by F. E. Gambogi. (Music.) 

In F. Words by Samuel Minturn 

Peck. Music by F. E. Gambogi. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Coffin (Sallie R.), U. S. : 

Griffis (W. E.) Charles Carle ton 
Coffin, war correspondent, traveler, 
author, and statesman. (Books: 1.) 
Coleman (Harry), Philadelphia: 

" Rudolf" (The) march. James C. M. 
Fulton. Band. (Music.) 



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Coleman (H, H.), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Offener schreibebrief von Philipp 
Sauerampfer's vetter, John Stramper. 
(Books: 3.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Descriptive matter relating to the 
electric-mining course. (Books: 2.) 

Electrical measurements. Appendix. 
Instruction paper. 2ded. (Books: 2.) 
Masonry. Part 1. 97 A. Instruc- 
tion paper. 1st ed. (Books: 2.) 

Plat of house, grounds, and gardens. 
Plat of portion of town. 257. (En- 
gravings.) 
Comstock (Feba D.) and Krathwohl 
(Lilla M.), Springport, Mich. : 

Never kick a man when he's down. 
Words and music by Feba D. Comstock, 
assisted by R. J. C.' (Music.) 
Cook (John A.), Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Self-adding chart. (Books: 2.) 
Cook (J. D.), Warren, Ohio : 

D. M. I. march. By O. R, Farrar. 
Band. (Music.) 
Cook (Richard B. ), Wilmington, Del. : 
Cook (R. B. ) The grand old man; 
or, The life and public services of Wil- 
liam E wart Gladstone. (Books: 1.) 
Cook (T.J.), U.S.: 

Dreams of childhood. Waltzes. By 
T.J.Cook. Violin and piano. (Music.) 
Coswell (G. L.), Denisou, Iowa: 

Crawford county, Iowa. (Denison 
bulletin's map of. (Maps.) 
Cramer (J. B.) <fc co., ltd., London, Eng- 
land : 

Banner unfurled. Song. Words by 
Eftie Magee. Music by Henry J. Ed- 
wards, no. 2. In B flat. (Music.) 

Prince (The) of love. Song. Words 
by W. Blake. Music by J. H. Leipold. 
no. 2, in D flat. (Music.) 
Cream cereal co., Xenia, Ohio: 

Rorer (S. T.) Desserts and dainties. 
(Books: 2.) 
Dalbey music co., Chicago: 

Illusion waltzes. For military band. 
By C. W. Dalbey. (Music.) 
Detroit photographic co., Detroit, Mich. : 
Catalogue of the W. II. Jackson 
views. (Books: 2.) 

"Grand court, Trans-Mississippi ex- 
position." (Photographs.) 
Devine (Charles H.), Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Old Ironsides. March and two-step. 
By C. EL Devine. Band arrangement. 
(Music.) 

[Piano.] (Music.) 

^Dewing (J.) co., San Francisco, Cal. : 
Manila and the Philippine Islands. 
[American and oriental series, June (i. 
1898. v. 1, no. 3.] (Books: 2.) 

June 13, 1898. v. 1, no. 4. 

(Books: 2.) 
De Youngs, New York : 

Sutherland (W. A.), grand master. 
(Photographs.) 



Dick & Fitzgerald, New York : 

Nigger (The) boarding-house. A 
screaming farce in one act and one 
scene. By Oliver Wenlandt. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 
Di Giorgio & Franz, Minneapolis, Minn. : 

Donna Juanita. Polka characteris- 
tic. By Fr. von Supp;-. Arranged by 
T. Di Giorgio for mandolin orchestra. 
(Music.) 

Puritani (I) quartet. By v. Bellini. 
Arranged by T. Di Giorgio for man- 
dolin orchestra. (Music.) 

Trts-aimable (very amiable). Con- 
cert waltz. By N. Norrito. Arranged 
by T. Di Giorgio for mandolin orches- 
tra. (Music.)" 

Whispering flowers. Valse caracter- 
istique for pianoforte. By F. von Blon. 
Arranged by Geo. Franz. (Music.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

"iEronaut (The)" lancers. For or- 
chestra. H. Sticht. (Music.) 

At dawn. ('Cello obligato.) Celia 
Thaxter,Mary Knight Wood. (Music.) 

Berceuse. (Cradle song.) By Louis 
Moreau Gottschalk. Edited and fin- 
gered by John Orth. (Music.) 

Berceuse. (Lullaby.) By Alex. 
Ilynsky. op 13. no. 7. Fingered by 
Wm. Arms Fisher. (Music; 

Boat song. (Lanacelle.) Fantaisie. 
By^ Charles Gounod. Fingered by 
Heinrich Kiehl. (Music.) 

Castles in the air. Waltz. Orches- 
tra. By T. H. Rollinson. (Music.) 

Coquette. Words and music l>y 
Lucien G. Chaftin. (Music.) 

Dying (The) poet. Louis Moreau 
Gottschalk. Edited and fingered by 
John Orth. (Music.) 

Erotik. Poeine erotique. By Ed- 
vard Grieg, op. 43. no. 5. Fingered 
by Wm. Anns Fisher. (Music.) 

"Fading, still fading." Response. 
By F.L.Jackson. (Music.) 

Fantasia on American airs. Violin 
and piano. Bv Alfred De Seve. op. 8. 
(Music.) 

Fiancee waltz. For orchestra. Tbeo. 
Bendix. (Music.) 

"Fianere waltzes." By Tlieo, Ben- 
dix. (Music.) 

Jolly (The) millers. Characteristic 
galop." By T. H. Rollinson. v^ lusil '-^ 

Leatra schottische. By Leah B. 
Lessi. (Music.) 

Lord, Thou bast been our dwelling 
place. Anthe.u tor mixed voices. A. 
F. Barnes. (Music.) 

Menuet Pompadour. By PaulWaohs. 
Fingered by Win. Arms Fisher, v Mu- 
sic, i 

My lady's favour. (At the tourna- 
ment.) Words and music by the Mar- 
quis de l.euville. v Musie. N 



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Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

Ricordati. Louis Morean Gott- 
sclialk. Edited and fingered by John 
Orth. (Music.) 

Rock-a-bye, dolly. Words and mu- 
sic by Helen Preston. (Music.) 

Solvjg's song. (Solvjg's lied.) By 
Edvard Grieg, op. 55. no. 4. Fin- 
gered by Win. Arms Fisher. (Music.) 

Spring song. (Friihlingslied.) By 
Halfdan Kjerulf. op. 28. no. 5. Fin- 
gered by Win, Arms Fisher. (Music.) 

Tarantella. By Aug. Winding, op. 
45. no. 6. Edited and lingered by 
John Orth. (Music.) 

Through the day Thy love hath spared 
us. For mixed quartette or chorus. 
Words by Thomas Kelly. Music by 
Wm. R. Spence. (Music.) 

Thy will be done. For male quar- 
tette. Words by Charlotte Elliott. 
Music by Wm. R. Spence. (Music.) 

Two marionettes. Arranged from E. 
Cooke by F. M. S. King. (Music.) 

When stars are in the quiet skies. 
Words by Bulwer Lytton. Music by 
Eugene Cowles. (Music.) 
Dole (Nathan Haskell), Boston: 

Omar Khayyam. Rubaiyat of Omar 
Khayyam. Rendered into English 
verse by Edw. Fitzgerald, and into 
Latin by Herbert Wilson Greene. 
(Books: 1.) 
Dudley (Dean), Wakefield, Mass. : 

Dudley (D.) Supplement to the his- 
tory and genealogy of the Dudley 
family. (Books: 1.) 
Dulles (John Welsh), Philadelphia: 

Dulles (J. W.) The soldier's friend. 
(Books: 1.) 
Dyer (W. J.) & bro., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Happy little nigs. Rag march or 
two-step for piano solo. Bv George 
Elliott. (Music.) 
Eaton (Louis H.), Milwaukee Wis. : 

For thee, our flag. Words by William 
S. Brockway. Music by Louis H. 
Eaton. (Music.) 
Ellis (John F.) & co., Washington, D. C. : 

Where lies my dear love dreaming. 
Words by C. A. Van Derveer. Music 
by R. M. Stults. Mez. sop. or baritone 
in F. (Music.) 
Enoch &, sons. London, England: 

Folded wings, no. 1 in D. Words 
by Rosina. Music by Charles Deacon. 
(Music.) 

no. 2 in F. Words by Rosina. 

Music by Chas. Deacon. (Music.) 

no. 3 in G. Words by Rosina. 

Music by Charles Deacon. (Music.) 

Forging the anchor. Song. Words 
by Henry Vaughan. Music by Paul 
Rodney, no. 1 in D. (Music.) 

Spring. Song. Words by Frederic 
E. Weatherly. Music by F. Paolo Tosti. 
no. 3 in B flat. (Music') 



Estes & Lauriat, Boston: 

Costello (J. S.) Under the rattle- 
snake flag. (Books: 1.) 
Everett (Fannie S.), United States: 

Merry (The) cyclist. Words and 
music by Fannie S. Everett. (Music.) 
F. and B. manufacturing co., Cleveland, 
Ohio : 

F. &. B. (The) computing scale chart. 
(Books: 2.) 
Fairchild music co., Chelsea, Mass. : 

Sweet Rosy Cleary. Song and chorus. 
Words by P. Murphy. Music by W. B. 
Fairchild. (Music; 
Farris (H. H.), Dallas, Tex. : 

Storming (The) of Manila. Descrip- 
tive fantasia. By H. H. Farris. [Pi- 
ano.] (Music.) 
Fletcher (Joseph), Ridgefield Park, N. J. : 

Can you stand for Christ alone? 
Music by Joseph Fletcher. (Mnsic. ) 
Forsyth bros., Loudon, England: 

Star (The) of love. (Der stern der 

liebe.) Words by Heine. Translated 

by Algernon Rose. Music by Georg 

Liebling. op. 26. ed. in C. (Music.) 

Foster (R. F.), Brooklyn, N.fY. : 

Foster's inferences. Whist for two- 
players. Directions. (Books: 2.) 
Foster-Munger co., Chicago : 

The Foster-Munger co. Official 
price list. (Books: 1.) 
Fourth estate co., New York : 

Hearst (William R.) (Engravings.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London: 

As his father did before him. Song. 
Written and composed by Harry Cast- 
ling. (Music.) 

Baby sweetheart. (Come and play 
"house" with me.) Song. Written 
and composed by Stanley J. Graham. 
(Music.) 

Economy. Song. Written by Roland 
Carse. Comuosed by Herman Finck. 
(Music.) 

Fairy tales. Song. Written and 
composed by Lester Barrett. (Music.) 

Irishmen must be there. Song. 
Written and composed by Felix Mc- 
Glennon. (Music.) 

It's hard to say good-bye! Song. 
Written and composed by E.W. Rogers. 
(Music.) 

L. C. C. (The). Song. Written by 
Alfred J. Morris. Composed by Walter 
Tilbury. (Music.) 

Mother, what am I to do? Song. 
Written and composed by Herbert 
Darnley. (Music.) 

Oh. the beautiful spring. Song. 
Written and composed by Nat Clifford. 
(Music.) 
Frank ( William), Jersey City, N. J. : 

Apple blossoms. By Wm. Frank. 
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Gagel bros.j New York: 

Lake wood society waltzes. By 
Walter V. ITlner. (Music.) 

Rough (The) riders' patrol. March 
and two-step. Composed by Elmer de 
Lacy Bennett. (Music.) 
Gale (Geo. AY.), Cincinnati, Ohio: 

On to Havana! Song and chorus. 
By Geo. W. Gale. (Music.) 
Gardner (Walter), Gloucester, Mass. : 
Seascape (A). (Photographs.) 
Sunshine and shadow. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Surf study. (Photographs.) 
Gaston (Charles Henry), New York: 

American (The) series composition 
hook. (Lithographs.) 
George (Lyman P.), Boston, Mass. : 

George (L. F.) Falling prices and 
the remedy. (Books: 1.) 
Gerber (Barney), New York: 

Grand mistake. A comedy sketch , 
in 1 act. By Barney Girard. (Dra- j 
matic compositions.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland, 
Ohio: 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. no. 236. (Books: 3.) 
Gerst(Frank T.), Oakland, Cal. : 

Remember, boys, the "Maine." Or- 
chestra. By Edward C. Lawrey. 
(Music.) 
Glaser (Conrad), Coburg, Germany: 

Bacchus chor aus dem Alexander- 
fest. Yon G. F. Handel. Arrangirt 
von Cyrill Kistler. (Mnsic.) 

Schwur auf dem Riitli. Aus der oper 
Wilhelm Tell. Yon (;. Rossini. Ar- 
rangirt von Cyrill Kistler. Partitur. 
(Music.) 
Goerck (Theodore T.), New York: 

Have I remembered the " Maine? " 
(Fine arts: photograph of statuary.) 
Gordon (James R.), Kansas City, Mo. : 
Gordon (J. R.) Gordon's ritual and 
manual of the Order of the sons and 
daughters of Jerusalem. (Books: 2.) 
Grabau (Walther), Newark, N. J. : 

Yictoria de Cuba march. By W. 
Grabau. Solo for zither. (Music.) 
Graves (Henry) & co., ltd., London: 

Laying the foundation stone of West- 
minster cathedral. (Engravings.) 
Gribble (Francis), London: 

Gribble (F.) Sunlight and lime- 
light. Complete and authorized ed. 
(Books: 1.) 
Goggan (Thos.) & bro., Galveston, Tex. : | 
Sleep, little one, sleep. Words and 
music by Hatte Belle Arledge. (Mnsic.) 
Grolier club, New York : 

Franklin (Benjamin). (Engravings.) j 
"Grover (Edwin Osgood), Minneapolis, 
Minn. : 

Dartmouth songs. Compiled by E. 
O. Grover. Musically edited by Addi- 
son Fletcher Andrews. (Books: 2.) 



Grude (Emil), Leipzig, Germany: 

Holder friihling, griiss dich Gott! 
By H. Ernst Richter. op. 26. Fur 
mannerchore. (Music.) 
Haddeu (E. W.), Elizabeth, N. J. : 

Dewey (Rear-Admiral George.) (Fine 
arts: photograph of model.) 
Halpin (Will R.), U. S. : 

Halpin (W. R.) Two men in the 
west. (Books: 2.; 
Hamill (Fred J.), Chicago: 

My Mary, dear. By Fred J. Hamill. 
Orchestration arranged by Hans S. 
Line. (Music.) 
Hanfstaenol (Franz), Munich: 

After the dance. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

At the organ. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Autumn. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting.) 

Birthday (The). (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Captain's (The) daughter. (Fine 
arts: photograph of painting.) 

Desirous of knowledge. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Easy (An) catch. (Fine arts : photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Evening solitude. Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Female portrait. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Field dowers. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Good (A) chance. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Grandfather's portrait. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Highland (A.) fling. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

In expectation. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Interesting recital. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Landscape. (Fine aits: photograph 
of painting.) 

Luther (Martin). (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Mignou. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 

Miracle (The) of the roses. (Fine 
arts: photograph of painting.) 

Portrait of a lady. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of painting. ) 

Question (A). (Fine arte: photo- 
graph of painting. ) 

Rose queen (The). (Fine arts: Pho- 
tograph of painting.) 

Sour grapes. (Finearts: photograph 
of painting.) 

Squire's (The) daughter. ( Fine arts ; 
photograph oi' painting.) 

strictly confidential. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Triumph, (Finearts: photograph of 
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Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich: 

Village (The) virtuoso. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

We congratulate. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of painting.) 
Harms (T. B.) & co.. Xew York: 

Fair Honoria. Song. Words by 
Huo-h Morton. Music by Gustave 
Kerker. (Music.) 

From the distant town of Cadiz. 
Song. Words by Hugh Morton. Music 
by Gustave Kerker. (Music.) 

Uptown, downtown. Song. Words 
by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave 
Kerker. (Music.) 
Harper & bros.. New York: 

Carleton(Will). City legends. Illus- 
trated. New edition from new plates. 
(Books: 1.) 

Farm festivals. Illustrated. 

New edition from ne w plates. (Books : 

1.) 

Davis (Varina Anne Jefferson). A 
romance of summer seas. A novel. 
(Books: 1.) 

Janvier (Thomas A.) In the Sargasso 
sea. A novel. (Books: 1.) 

Stephen Crane. (A portrait.) Sup- 
plement to Literature. July 13, 1898. 
(Engravings.) 

Thackeray (W. M.) The memoirs of 
Barry Lyndon, esq., written by him- 
self; The Fitz-Boodle papers; Cathe- 
rine : A storv : Men's wives, etc. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hartford steam boiler inspec. and ins. co., 
Hartford, Conn. : 

Metric (The) system of weights and 
measures. (Books: 1.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Alia mazurka. By P. Tschaikowsky. 
Edited by Wilsou G. Smith. From op. 
19. no. 6. Piano. [Melodic sketches.] 
(Music.) 

April. (From Tne Seasons. ) By P. 
Tschaikowsky. op. 37. no. 4. Edited 
by Wilson G. Smith. Piano. [Collec- 
tion of tone pictures.] (Music.) 

Ariette. By Eduard Schiitt. op. 8. 
no. 2. Edited by Wilson G. Smith. 
Piano. [Collection of tone pictures.] 
(Music.) 

Berceuse. By Edvard Grieg, op. 38. 
Edited by Wilson G. Smith. Piauo. 
[Collection of tone pictures.] (Music.) 

Etudes eufantines. For the piano. 
By Henri Lemoine. op. 37. Revised 
by Wilson G.Smith. [Hatched, no. 8.] 
(Music book.) 

Gondoliera. Erik Meyer-Helmund. 
op. 71. no. 1. Revised and lingered by 
Jaroslaw de Zielinski. Piano. [Col- 
lection of tone picture!.] (Music.) 

Grazietta. Gustav War ten stein, op. 
1. Revised and fingered by Albert W. 
Borst. Piano. [Collection of tone 
pictures.] (Music.) 



Hatch music co., Philadelphia : 

Petite valse. ByA.Liadow. op. 26. 
Edited by Wilson G. Smith. Piano. 
[Melodic sketches.] (Music.) 

Slavonic melodie ; By Jacques Rosen- 
hain. Edited by Wilson G. Smith. 
(Music.) 

Spring (A) night. ( Friihlingsnacht. ) 
Nocturne. Carl Mehler. Revised and 
lingered by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 
Piano. [Collection of tone pictures.] 
(Music.) 

Trio. (From op. 6.) By A. Saran. 
Edited by Wilson G. Smith. Piano. 
[Melodic sketches.] (Music.) 

25 etudes melodiques for the piano- 
forte. By J. Concone. op. 21. Revised, 
fingered, and annotated by Wilson G. 
Smith. [Hatch ed. no. Ik] (Music 
book.) 
"Hawkins (J. K.) and Lotspeich (J.B.), 
Pates Hill, Term. : 

Hawkins (J. K) The wonderful won- 
der, man, and the wonderfully wondrous 
beast. (Books: 1.) 
Henderson (Samuel), Paterson, N. J. : 

Perfection veterinarv preparations. 
(Books: 2.) 
Hinchey (R. E.), De Soto, Mo. : 

Hawkins's poultry pets. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 
Holt (A.), pres. Jobn Ericsson memorial 
ass'n, Minneapolis, Minn. : 

Certificate of membership to the 
John Ericsson memorial ass'n. (Litho- 
graphs.) 
Hubbard (B. V.), Chicago: 

Consideration (A) of assessment life 
insurance. (Books: 2.) 
Hughes (Josiah), Countsville, W. Ya. : 

Hughes (J.) Hughes's common school 
branches in a nutshell. (Books: 2.) 
Hunt (Woodbury E.), Concord, N. H. : 

Jerusalem, the golden. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Hutcheson (Mary E.), Colunibus, Ohio: 

Hutcheson (M. E.) The disciples of 
Jesus. Lesson 33. St. John, apostle 
and evangelist. (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 31. The conversion of 

St. Paul. (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 35. St. Matthias, the 

apostle. (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 36. St. Mark, evangelist 

and martyr (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 37. St. Philip and St. 

James, apostles. (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 38. St. Barnabas, the 

apostle. (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 39. St. Peter, the apos- 
tle. (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 10. St. James, the apos- 
tle. (Books: 2.) 
Hutchison (Mrs. Mattie McLeary), Co- 
manche, Tex. : 

In the ocean depths. Funeral march. 
By Mrs. Mattie McLeary Hutchison. 
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Illinois college of photography, Effing- 
ham, 111. : 

Illinois college of photography. [Cat- 
alogue.] (Books: 2.) 
International literary and news service, 
Irvington, X. Y. : 

Dunbar (Paul Lawrence). Viney's 
free papers. (Books: 3.) 

Immediate page. July 17, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

M Quad page. July 17, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Special page. July 17, 1898. (Books: 
3.) 

Timelypage. July 17, 1898. (Books: 
3.) 

Woman's page. July 17, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Youth's page. Julv 17, 1898. (Books: 
3.) 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Ohio. Reports of cases in the cir- 
cuit courts of Ohio. v. 15. Jan. 1 to 
June 30, 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Johnson (Richard L.) and Xeale (Wal- 
ter), Washington, D. C. : 

Johnson (R. L. ) Niagara, its history, 
incidents, and poetry. (Books: 1.) 
Jordan, Marsh &. co., Boston: 

Pinocchio's adventures in Wonder- 
land. Translated from the Italian. 
(Books: 1.) 
Jung (P. L. ) [Kurt Moebius] , New York : 
"Maiden, 'tis springtime now." 
(Miigdlein, 's ist Friihlingszeit.) By 
Jacob Schmidt, op. 18. [P. L. Jung's 
choruses for men's voices.] (Music.) 
17th (A) century love song. Words 
by Nicholas Breton. Music by Mary 
Knight Wood. (Music.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas 
City star, July 7, 1898.) (Books : 3.) 

July 8, 1898. (Books : 3.) 

July 9, 1898. (Books : 3.) 

July 11, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

July 12, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

July 13, 1898. (Books : 3. ) 

Kendall (Bnrney J.), South Omaha,Nebr. : 
Kendall (B. J.) Dr. Kay's home 
treatment. (Books: 2.) 

Kendall's perfected receipt book. 

(Books: 2.) 
Keppler & Schwarzmanu, New York: 
All for the best. (Prints.) 
All he expected. (Prints.) 
Assigned to duty. (Prints.) 
Coming (A) out party. (Prints.) 
Competition reduced. (Prints.) 
Fun, trouble, and retribution in a 
summer garden. (Prints.) 
Gentle (A) hint. (Prints.) 
How it happened. (Prints.) 
Natural (A) result. (Prints.) 

I New (The) aspirant. (Prints.) 
No gold brick for him. (Prints.) 



Keppler & Schwarzmann, Xew York : 

Recognized. (Prints.) 

Seized an opportunity. (Prints.) 

Serious. (Prints.) 

Shocking. (Prints.) 

Strategic (A) removal. (Prints.) 

Tastes differ. (Prints.) 

They had heard it before. (Prints.) 

Valuable (A) Lonelyville canine. 
(Prints.) 

Withered hopes. (Prints.) 
Kilmer & co., Binghamton. N. Y. : 

They are ever busy. (Books: 3.) 
*King (Fred. W.), Chicago: 

University of Chicago march and 
two-step. Geo. Schlei tf arth. Arranged 
by H. H. Thiele. (1st violin.) (Music.) 
Kirreh (Justin S.), Washington, D. C. : 

Our new possessions — The pearl of 
the Pacific. (Books: 3.) 
Kirschbaum (Ab.) & co., Philadelphia: 

Every garment we sell is guaranteed 
thoroughly reliable in every detail. 
(Books: 2.) 

" Honest (An) tale speeds best being 
plainly told." (Books: 2.) 

"Original (The) is one; imitations 
are many." (Books: 2.) 

Our policy is to give more and more, 
and always more, for less money than 
elsewhere. (Books: 2.) 

You can safely invest your money in 
our clothing — The "Vitals" brand 
clothing. (Books: 2.) 
Kistner (Fr.), Leipzig, Germany: 

Chanson nordique. Pour orgue. 
Par Oreste Ravanello. op. 40. [Trois 
morceaux. no. 2.] (Music.) 

Prelude gotique. Pour orgue. Par 
O. Ravanello. op. 40. [Trois mor- 
ceaux. no. 1.] (Music.) 

Toccata. Pour orgue. Par Oreste 
Ravanello. op. 40. [Trois morceaux. 
no. 3.] (Music.) 
Kleiue optical co., Chicago: 

Frisbie (W.) The battle of Manila 
and the Philippine Islands. ^ Hooks : 2.) 
Knaffl &. bros.j Know ille, Tenn. : 

Charge of the Black Brigade, no.2. 
(Photographs.) 

Drawn up in black and white, no. 1. 
(Photographs.) 

To the victors belong the spoils. 
no. 3. (Photographs.) 
Knapp (Joseph P.), New York: 

(Goodrich factories. (Lithographs.) 
Konold (Amos A. E.)> Pittsburg, Pa.: 

Iron city wait/. Composed by 
A. A. E. Konold, [Piano.] (Music.) 
Koop (Godfrey Phelps), South Poland. 
Me.: 

Phelps (L.) A freak of the )Yhn. 
(Hooks: 2.) 
Koopnian (Miss Reha), Torre Haute, 
lnd.: 

l>ravo (The) boys o( our country. 
Patriotic song ami chorus. Py Miss 
Reba Koopnian. (Music.) 



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Lammers (P. J.)? Baltimore, Md. : 

Alicia gavotte. Composed by G. 
Rosenberg. [Piano.] (Music.) 

Freisckutz (Der). Opera. Weber. 
For violin aud piano. Arranged by 
D. M. H. May. [Select standard operas. 
no.3.] (Music.) 

Senorita waltz. Moore. For violin 
and piano. By D. M. H. May. (Music; 

Tanuh'iuser. Opera. Wagner. For 
violin and piano. Arranged by D. M. H. 
May. [Standard opera. no. 10.] 
(Music.) 

Wedding marcb. For violin and 
piano. By D. M. H, May. (Men- 
delssolm.) [Musical pearls, no. 25.] 
(Music.) 
Lauison, Wolffe & co., Boston: 

Carman (B.) By tbe Aurelian wall, 
and other elegies. (Books: 1.) 

Roberts (C. G. D.) New York noc- 
turnes and otber poems. (Books: 1.) 
Lautz bros. & co., New York: 

St. Cecilia. (Lithographs.) 
"Lawrence (Richard H.), treasurer, So- 
ciety of Iconophiles, New York: 

Battery (The) and Castle Garden. 
(Publication no. 1. New series.) 
(Lithographs.) 

Morningside park aud St. Luke's 
hospital. (Publication no. 2. New 
series.) (Lithographs.) 
Lazarus (G.), Berlin : 

Mandanika. Romantiscbe oper, in 
1 akt. Yon Julius Frennd. Musik 
von Gustav Lazarus, op. 36. (Music.) 
Leduc (Alphonse), Paris: 

Bergerette. Bluette. Pourhautbois, 
avec accotupagnement d'instruments a 
cordes. Par E. Provinciali. (Music.) 

Danse s.icree. Pour orchestre. Par 
Mel. Bonis. (Music.) 

Suite en forme de valses. Pour or- 
chestre. (I.) Ballabile. (2.) Interlude 
et valse leute. (3.) Scherzo-valse. Par 
Mel. Bonis. (Music.) 
Lemoine (Henry) et cie., Paris: 

Alsacienne. Pour piano, a 2 mains. 
Par Albert Landry, [op. 143.] [Six 
valses-bluettes. no. 2.] (Music.) 

Charmeuse. Pour piano, a 2 mains. 
Par Albert Landry, [op. 143.] [Six 
valses-bluettes. no. 5.] (Music.) 

Charmeuse (La). Yalse de salon. 
Par Carlos de Mesquita. op. 112. Pour 
piano. (Music.) 

Sevillauce. Pour piano, a 2 mains. 
Par Albert Landry, op. 143. [Six 
valses-bluettes. no. 4.] (Music.) 

Yalse badine. Pour piano, a 2 mains. 
Par Albert Landry, op. 143. [Six 
valses-bluettes. no. 6.] (Music.) 

Yalse rleurie. Pour piano, a 2 mains. 
Par Albert Landry, op. 143. [Six 
valses-bluettes. no. 1.] (Music.) 



Lemoine (Henry) et cie., Paris : 

Yalse legere. Pour piano, a 2 mains. 
Par Albert Landry, op. 143. [Six 
valses-bluettes. no.3.] (Music.) 
Lemon (J. Bunyan). Willimantic, Conn. : 

Bible (The) as a library. (Prints.) 

Bible (The) photographed. (Books: 
2.) 
Leonard (Charles Y\ .), Allegheny, Pa. : 

Fitzhugh Lee. Two-step. Composed 
by 0. AY. Leonard. [Piano.] (Music.) 
Life pub. co., New York : 

Our next war. (Prints.) 
Little, Brown & co., Boston: 

Massachusetts reports, v. 170, pt. 2. 
Cases argued and determined in the 
supreme judicial court of Massachu- 
setts, Jan. 11 to March 1, 1898. George 
F. Tucker, reporter. (Books: 1.) 

pt. 3. Cases argued and deter- 
mined in the supreme judicial court of 
Massachusetts, March 1 to April 9, 1898. 
George F.Tucker, reporter. (Books: 1.) 
Littleton view co., Littleton, N. H. : 

After the swim. 1951. (Photographs.) 

Cadets in the rigging, on drill. 1965. 
(Photographs.) 

Corvette cruiser "Stork," in dry 
dock, Kiel, Germany. 1947. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Fun for the marines. 1952. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

German cruiser weighiug anchor. 

1949. (Photographs.) 

Hobson (Richmond Pearson), hero 
of the M err i mac. 1960. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Side of German ironclad, showing 
guns. 1957. (Photographs.) 

Sunday service pn battleship. 1962. 
(Photographs.) 

Teaching her little piggies to root. 
1953. (Photographs.) 

Three jolly girls. 1954. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Torpedo-boat harbor, Kiel, Germanv. 

1950. (Photographs.) 

Washing day aboard ship. 1956. 
(Photographs.) 

Water nymphs in the bulrushes. 
1955. (Photographs.) 

Where the jolly tars sleep. 1948. 
(Photographs.) 
Lust (Ferdinand), Clarksville, Tenn. : 

On to victory! March. Composed 
by Ferdinand Lust. (Music.) 

Stacker rifles. March. By Ferdi- 
nand Lust. (Music.) 
Lutheran publication society, Philadel- 
phia: 

Hay (C. E.) Luther, the reformer. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lyte (E. Oram), Millersville, Pa. : 

Lyte (E. O.) Elements of grammar 
and composition. (Books: 1.) 



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McClain (William) and Gardner (N. P.), 
Indianapolis, Ind. : 

Benevolent order of colored profes- 
sionals. ( Engravings. ) 
McClure (S. S.) co., New York: 

Fraser (W. A.) Bulldog Carney. 
(Books : 3. ) 
McCuen (A. G.), Lindsborg, Kans. : 

McCuen (A. G.) Synopsis of a lec- 
ture on evolution of the diet; or, Man's 
developmental history and dentition. 
(Books: 2.) 
McLoughlin bros., Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Big-letter a b cbook. " (Books: 2.) 

Budget (A) of stories. (Books: 2.) 

Circus times. (Books: 2.) 

Cow (The) and her calf. (Fine arts: 
photograph of design.) 

Educated animals. (Books: 2.) 

Girl with a pitcher. (Fine arts: 
photograph of design.) 

Goat (The) cart. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of design.) 

Horse and colt. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of design.) 

Klondike (The). (Prints.) 

Mother Goose's ride. (Fine arts: 
photograph of design.) 

Old maid. (Fine arts: photograph 
of design.) 

Robinson Crusoe, told in one-syllable 
words. (Books: 2.) 

Slovenly, Kate. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of design.) 

Slovenly Peter. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of design.) 

Three (The) bears and the sleeping 
child. (Fine arts: photograph of de- 
sign.) 

Three (The) bears chasing a child. 
(Fine arts: photograph of design.) 

Three (The) bears in counsel. (Fine 
arts: photograph of design.) 

Three (The) bears out walking. 
(Fine arts: photograph of design.) 
MacPherson (James), Trenton, N. J. : 

Landscape chart of botanical alli- 
ances, adaptable to the planting of 
parks, cemeteries, etc. (Engravings.) 
McWilliams (Benjamin Minus), Irwin, 
Pa: 

My brother belongs to the guard. 
Words and music by B. M. McWilliams. 
(Music.) 
Mackey (R. J.), Detroit, Mich. : 

Detroit street railways and down- 
town points of interest. (Chart of) 
(Maps.) 

Down-river points. (Map showing) 
(Maps.) 
Maloy (Thomas J.), Emporia, Kans. : 

Malov (T. J.) Did God make the 
devil? ' (Books: 1.) 
Mathis (Eva), Baker City, Oreg. : 

Math is (E.) Man must fear even his 
fellow-man. (Books: 2.) 



Mead (George H.), Chicago: 

Interior car views. C. no. 1864. J8 
sheet. (Lithographs.) 
* Miles (Tarleton C), Charleston, 111. : 

Miles (T. C.) Farmer Miles' revised 
2d ed. of his method of animal castra- 
tion and spaying and after-treatment 
and instruments used. (Books: 1.) 
Miller (E. H.), New York: 

Miller (E. 11.) Notes on quantitative 
analysis for electric engineers. (Books : 
2.) 
Miller (Frank A.), Chicago: 

O, wait, my soul. Words and music 
by F. A. Miller. (Music. ) 

Sing out your songs. Words and 
music by F. A. Miller. (Music.) 
Mills (F.A.),New York: 

I don't play no favorites. Words 
and music by Al. Johns. (Music.) 

Just you and I, mother dear. Words 
by Howard Graham. Music by Charles 
Graham. (Music.) 

Melindy. Words by R. E. MacAlar- 
ney. Music by H. S. Haskins. (Music. I 

She found his hiding place. Words 
by Howard Graham. Music by Charles 
Graham. (Music.) 

Since .Johanna's got that rag time in 
her head. Words and music by Grant 
and Grant. (Music.) 
Miner (H. C.) litho. co., New York: 

Female (A) drummer, no. 63 08. 
"Chase that away, boy!" 1 sheet. 
(Lithographs.) 

no. 6309. " Oh ! this old boy is 

easy." 1 sheet. (Lithographs.) 

"John Martin's secret." no. 6386. 
'• The rescue." ^-sheet. (Lithographs.) 

no. 6387. u You'll never live to 

tell the secret." -i -sheet. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Primrose & Dockstader minstrels. 
no.6368. 3 sheet. (Lithographs.) 
Minter (Claude S.), Little Rock. Ark. : 

Dewey's crane walk. 2 banjos. 1>> 
C. S. Minter. (Music.) 
Morrisou (W. M.), Chicago: 

Mounteer (Sidney Arthur.) nos. 



28- 



(Photographs.) 



Mott (J. L.) iron works. New York : 

Illustrated supplement and price list 
to catalogue "K" of drinking foun- 
tains. (Books: 2.) 
Mulheirn (Thomas Beechwood), Provi- 
dence, 1\. 1. : 

Columbia forever shall weather the 
storm. (Books : 2.) 
Mulliner (C. A.\ Milton, Pa, : 

National waltzes. By J. Glenn Jones. 
[Piano.] (Music.) 
Musselraan (C. AA Philadelphia : 

Modern warfare. (Prints.) 
Mutual lite insurance co. oi New York. 
New York : 
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Nardi (J.), Boston: 

Admiral Dewey. (13 in. high.) (Pho- 
tographs.) 

At the chutes. 24 x 7£ in. (Fine 
arts: photograph of statuary.) 
Neal (James A.) and Hatten (Thomas 
W.), Boston: 

Eddy (Mary Baker G.) Church 
manual of the 1st church of Christ, 
scientist, in Boston, Mass. 8th ed. 
(Books: 2.) 
* Neely (F. Tennyson), New York : 

Lowrev (O.) A runaway couple. 
(Books: 3.) 
New England pub. co., Lancaster, N. H. : 
Bench and bar of Maine. 1897-98. 
(Engravings.) 
Newell (W.), Fort Worth, Tex. : 

Nirna waltz. Composed by W. New- 
eJl. [Piano.] (Music.) 
•Norman (Henry), London, England: 
Norman (Henry). The American 
army and navy, present and future. 
(Books: 3.) 

Anglo-Ameri can situation. 

(Books: 3.) 

"The new American policy." 

(Books: 3.) 

Novello & co., ltd., Loudon : 

Bourree. 1. Edward German. 
From Much ado about nothing. Vio- 
lin and pianoforte. (Music.) 

'Cello e basso. From the music 

to Much ado about nothiug. Composed 
by Edward German. (Music.) 

Viola. From the music to Much 

ado about nothing. Composed by Ed- 
ward German. (Music.) 

Violino primo. From the music 

to Much ado about nothing. Composed 
by Edward German. (Music.) 

Violino secondo. From the mu- 
sic to Much ado about nothing. Com- 
posed by Edward German. (Music.) 

Gigue. 2. Edward German. From 
Much ado about nothing. Violin and 
pianoforte. (Music.) 

Greenfinch (The). Quartet for fe- 
male voices (8. S. C.C.), with soprano 
solo. Composed by Leone Sinigaglia. 
op. 18, no. 2. (Music.) 

Love's measure. 1. Honigdiebchen 
stahl zum spass. Quartet for female 



C.) Composed by 
op. 14, no. 1. (Mn- 



voices. (S. S. C 
Leone Sinigaglia. 
sic.) 

Loving (A) burial. Trio for female 
voices (S. S. C), with soprano solo. 
Composed by Leone Sinigaglia. op. 18, 
no. 3. (Music.) 

O give thanks unto the Lord. An- 
them for harvest. Composed by E. 
Vine Hall. [Novello's octavo anthems, 
no. 599.] (Music.) 

Sing unto the Lord. Anthem for 
harvest. Composed by Cuthbert Har- 
ris. (Music.) 



Novello & co., ltd., London: 

There shall be an heap of corn. Har- 
vest anthem. Words arranged and 
written by Henry Knight. Music com- 
posed by Ferris Tozer. [Novello's oc- 
tavo anthems, no. 600.] (Music.) 

Tiltiug. 2. Rittersporn und eisen- 
hut. Quartet for female voices. (S. S. 
C. C.) Composed by Leone Sinigaglia. 
op. 14, no. 2. (Music. ) 

Winter song. Duet for female voices 
(S. and C), with soprano solo. Com- 
posed by Leone Sinigaglia. op. 18, no. 
1. (Music.) 
Noxon (Frank W.), Boston: 

Travesty on "Camille." By Frank 
W. Noxon. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Ortenstein (Louis), Chicago: 

Soldier (A) of Uncle Sam. By Louis 
Ortenstein. (Music.) 
Orth (Chas. J.), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Capture (The) of Santiago. By Chas. 
J. Orth. Descriptive battle piece. 
[Piano.] (Music.) 
Ostrander (William Chesebrough), New 
York: 

Helping (A) hand. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of painting.) 

Pallas Athena. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

(Photographs.) 

Ott (W. C.) & co., Pittsburg, Pa, : 

Shot and shell march. Two-step. 
By J. S. Duss. [Piano.] (Music.) 
Palmer-Ellinghausen co., Denver, Colo.: 

Advertising (An) folder. (Books : 2.) 
Park (J. G.), Ada, Ohio: 

Park (J.G.) A complete and prac- 
tical English analysis. [Park's lan- 
guage course.] (Books: 1.) 
; Parker, W. C, New York: 

He will be my father, too. Song. 
Words by G. W. Shepherd. Music by 
John H. Devlin. (Music.) 

Klondike schottische. Composed by 
Thomas Rennie, jr. [Piano.] (Music.) 

Thought (The) of mother is my 
shield. Song. Words and music by 
Calvin L. Weser. (Music.) 

Two orphans; or, I'll care for you, 
Nell. Song. Words by James McFar- 
land. Music by W. C. Parker. (Music.) 

Why I love 'that picture so. Song. 
Words by James McFarland. Music 
by W. C. Parker. (Music.) 
Parker music co., N. Y. : 

Dat chicken-liftin' coon from Ten- 
nessee. Song. Words and music by 
Charles Carpenter Webster. (Music.) 

One sweet kiss. Song. Words and 
music by W. C. Parker. (Music.) 

Sweet Kitty Murphy. Song. Words 
and music by Stanley C. De Wolfe. 
(Music.) 

That clock is fast to-night. Song. 
Words by James McFarland. Music 
by W. C. Parker. (Music.) 



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Parker music co., X. Y. : 

Two orphans. Waltz. By W. C. 
Parker. [Piano.] (Music.) 
Parkinson (M. B.), New York : 

J. 14. (Photographs.) 

23. (Photographs.) 

37. (Photographs.) 

39-42. (Photographs.) 

43-46. (Photographs.) 

55 and 58. (Photographs.) 

R. 7 and 10. (Photographs.) 
Peirce (Parker I.), St. Paul, Minn. : 

Adventures (The) of "Antelope Bill" 
in the Indian war of 1862. (Books : 2.) 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia: 

Clark (A.) Standard dialogues. 
(Books: 1.) 

Garrett (P.), compiler. Popular dia- 
logues. (Books: 1.) 
Pennsylvania railroad co., Philadelphia: 

Atlantic City. Pennsylvania rail- 
road, double track, through line. 
(Books: 2.) 
Pepper (J. W.), Philadelphia : 

Atlantic esplanade march. Two- 
step. By Clark. Band. (Music.) 

Flower (The) king march. Two-step. 
Arranged by Tom Clark. Band. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Indiana polka. Piccolo solo. J. S. 
Cox. For brass and reed band. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Jolly traveler's (The) march. Two- 
step. Band. Arranged by Tom Clark. 
(Music.) 

Pacolet march. Band. Two-step. 
Arranged by Tom Clark. (Music.) 
Peters (C. F.), Leipzig : 

Polnische volkstanze fiir das piano- 
forte. Von Moritz Moszkowski. op. 
55. Arranged fiir piano und violine 
von Hans Sitt. no. 1. Mazurka. [Ed 
Peters, no. 2905.] (Music.) 
Phillips (Isaac Newton), Bloomington, 
111.: 

Illinois official reporter. July 6, 1898. 
v. 173. pt. 3. pp. 340-641. (Books : 2.) 
Points (Marie Marguerite), New Orleans, 
La. : 

Admiral Dewey commanding his 
squadron. Grand march. Music by 
M. M. Points. (Music.) 
Pollock (James A.), Salt Lake City, Utah: 

Pollock (J. A., comp.) Pointers on 
Utah mining stocks. (Books: 2.) 
Pond (Wm. A.) & co., New York: 

One name beloved. Ballad. Words 
by Thomas C. Latto. Music by H. P. 
Danks. (Music.) 

Technical piano studies. By Henry 
Maylath. Complete. (Music.) 

Waiting. By H. Millard. Trans- 
cribed for piano by Cramer. (Music. 
Porter (J. Wood), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Valse fantastique. By J. Wood Por- 
ter. [Piano.] (Music.) 



Pound (Mrs. Ermie), Lincoln, Nebr. : 

Cuba's 1 iberty march . [Piano.] 
(Music.) 
Powers, Fowler & Lewis, Chicago : 

Chautauqua (T he) X manual. 
(Books: 2.) 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Chemists (The) (Prints.) 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons, New York : 

Cutting (E. B.) Old taverns and post- 
ing inns. (Half-moon series. v. 2. 
July, 1898. no. 7.) (Books: 2.) 
Quinzard (A.) & cie, Paris : 

Marche. Par Henri Falcke. no. 2. 
Deux pianos, 4 mains. (Music.) 
Rand. McNallv & co., Chicago : 

Hall (W."D.) Rand-McNally Eng- 
lish grammar and composition. (Books : 
1.) 
Ranger (Henry P.), Rochester, N. Y. : 

2d separate naval division, S. N. Y. 
(Photographs.) 
Rice (M. P.), Washington, D. C. : 

Hobson (Lieut. R. P.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Rolfe (M.O.), Chicago: 

How Dewey remembered the 
"Maine." (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Remember the " Maine." (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Romberg (J.) & son, New York: 

Insurance contract. 2d ed. 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 

3ded. 1898. (Books: 2.) 

4th ed. 1898. (Books: 2.) 

Rosenblatt (W. L. F.) & co., Greeneville, 
Tenn.: 

Coquette (La). Gavotte for piano. 
By M. Bookbinder. (Music.) 
Ryan (Daniel E.),New York: 

Evolution (The) of the pattern and 
the " custom cutter." (Books: 2.) 
Sachs (Isidor), New York : 

Arabian nights. Oriental character- 
istic march. By Isidor Sachs. (Music.) 
Under the starry banner. March. 
For full orchestra. By Isidor Sachs. 
(Music.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd.. New York: 
Amite city, parish of Tangipahor, 
La. June, 1898. (M;ips.^ 

IUandiusville, McDonongh county, 
111. .Line. 1898. (Maps.) 

Boston, Thomas oounty, Ga. .Line. 
1898. (Maps.) 

Carmel. Putnam count \ . X. Y. ,1 une. 
1898. (Maps.) 

Carthage, Hancock county. 111. 
June. 1898. (Maps ) 

Casa Grande, Pinal count v. Axis. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Corinneoity, Box Eldercounty,Utah. 
May, 1898. (Maps.) 



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Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Florence, Pinal county, Ariz. May, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Greenville, Bond county, 111. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Madison, Lake county. Ohio. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Merced, Merced county, Cal. (Maps.) 

MillingtoLi, Tuscola county, Mich. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Minooka, Grundy county, 111. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Nogales, Pima county, Ariz. May, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Oconto, Oconto county, Wis. (In- 
surance maps of). May, 1898. (Maps.) 

Oneonta, Otsego county, N. Y. (In- 
surance maps of ). May, 1898. (Maps.) 

Peshtigo, Marinette county, Wis. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Plaintield, Will county, 111. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Princeville, Peoria county, 111. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Rockton, Winnebago county, 111. 
June, 1898. (Insurance maps.) (Maps.) 

Salamanca, Cattaraugus county, 
N. Y. June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Traver, Tulare county, Cal. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

West Chicago, Dupage county, 111. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 
Scheidler (S. S.), Kalamazoo, Mich. : 

Italienne-bourree. For the guitar. 
By S. S. Scheidler. (Music.) 
Schirmer (G.), New York: 

Berceuse mignonne. Piano. By 
Louis Y. Saar. op. 24. no. 4. (Music.) 

Birthday (A) song. For baritone or 
mezzo-soprauo, with piano accompani- 
ment. By H. T. Burleigh. (Music.) 

Drei romanzen. (Three romances ) 
For oboe (or violin or clarinet) and 
piano. By Robert Schumann, op. 94. 
Edited and fingered by Henry Schra- 
dieck. (Schirmer's library of musical 
classics, v. 413.) (Music book.) 

Kunf stiicke in volkston. For violin 
and piano. By Robert Schumann, op. 
102. Edited and fingered by Henry 
Schradieck. (Schirmer's library of mu- 
sical classics, v. 414.) (Music book.) 
Gavotte moderne. Piano. By Louis 
V. Saar. op. 24. no. 2. (Music.) 

If you but knew. Song for baritone 
or mezzo-soprano, with piano accom- 
paniment. By H. T. Burleigh. (Music.) 
Life. Song for baritone or mezzo- 
soprano, with piano accompaniment. 
By H. T. Burleigh. (Music.) 

Marcbenbilder. (Pictures from fairy- 
land.) Four pieces for viola (or violin) 
and piano. By Robert Schumann, op. 
113. Edited and fingered by Henry 
Schradieck. (Schirmer's library of 
musical classics. v. 415.) (Music 
book.) 



Schirmer (G.), New York: 

Phantasiestiicke. (Fantasy pieces.) 
For piano and violin (or clarinet). By 
Robert Schumann, op. 73. Edited and 
fingered by Henry Schradieck. (Schir- 
mer's library of musical classics, v. 
412.) (Music book.) 

St'r^'nade. Piano. By Louis Y. Saar. 
op. 24. no. 3. (Music.) 

Toccata in E major. For the organ. 
By Homer M. Bart'lett. op. 149. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Valse noble. Piano. By Louis Y. 
Saar. op. 24. no. 1. (Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

Boat song. Graben-Hoff maim . 
English version by Fred. W. Bancroft. 
Two-part song for treble voices. [Oc- 
tavo series, no. 64.] (Music.) 

But our God endureth forever. Duet. 
For tenor and bass. G. W. Marston. 
(Music.) 

O, my love is fair. By Sydney Per- 
cival. Men's voices. [Octavo series 
no. 214.] (Music.) 
Schmidt & co., New York : 

Cuba's select. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Hobson's fearless. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of painting.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York: 

Love's flower. High voice. Song 
with piano accompaniment. By P. A. 
Schnecker. [Three songs, no. 3.] 
(Music.) 

Night song (Nachtlied.) Low voice. 
Song with piano accompaniment. By 
P. A. Schnecker. [Three songs, no. 1.] 
(Music.) 

High voice. Song with piano 

accompaniment. By P. A. Schnecker. 
[Three songs, no. 1.] (Music.) 

22d regiment march. For military 
band. By Victor Herbert. Arranged 
by Otto Langey. (Music.) 
Schwab mfg. co., New York : 

President (The) and our heroes. (En- 
gravings.) 
Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York: 

Bryan (W. L. and C.L.) Studies in 
Plato's republic. (Books: 1.) 

Clark (J.Scott). A study of Eng- 
lish prose writers. (Books: 1.) 

Henderson (C. R ) Social elements. 
(Books: 1.) 
Shafer ( W. C), Fairmont, W. Ya. : 

Youthful (A) enthusiast. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 
Shaw (M. M.), West Chester, Pa. : 

Shaw (M. M.) Nine thousand miles 
on a Pullman train. (Books: 1.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

Shepard's national system of adhe- 
sive annotations. Supplement to v. 30, 
Oregon decisions. (Books: 2.) 

Supplement to vs. 8, 9, appeal, 

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Sieboth (Joseph), U. S. : 

Jubilate Deo. In E flat. Composed 
by Joseph Sieboth. [Anthems for the 
Episcopal service.] (Music.) 
Silver. Burdett & co., Boston : 

Lovejoy (M. I.) Poetry of the sea- 
sons. (Books: 1.) 

Morgan (T. J., and others). The 
praise hymuary. (Books: 1.) 
Simon (Carl), Berlin: 

Wiegenlied. Lullaby. Berceuse von 
Halfdan Kjerulf. op. 4. no. 3. Fiir 
zwei pianoforte, zu 8 handen. Yon Aug. 
Reinhard. (Music.) 
Smith (Edward G.), New York: 

Smith (E. G.) New York politics. 
(Books: 2.) 
Smith (George Totten), New York: 

Grounds for a divorce. By G. T. 
Smith and William Blaisdell. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 
Smith (Louis E. P.), Boston, Mass. : 

History (A) of the lower cost of in- 
surance in the Northwestern mutual as 
compared with fourteen other com- 
panies. (Books: 2.) 
Smith (R.J. H.) & co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 
Beauty, health, and complexion. 
(Books:' 2.) 
Smith and Chase, Ionia, Mich. : 

Chase (C. W.) The simplex chord 
method for piano or organ. (Books: 2.) 
Smith & Zublin, Chicago: 

Glen iris waltz. Piano solo. By 
Smith and Zublin. (Music.) 

J. O. S. waltz. For 2 mandolins and 
guitar. By Herbert D. Zublin and 
Corydou D. Smith. (Music.) 
Spencer (Mrs. Wm. H.), Dallas, Tex. : 

Our " Maine. ,; Words by Mrs. Will 
Spencer. Music by Jacob Day. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Spottswood (Armour), Memphis, Tenn. : 
Spottswood (A.) Rules for playing 
the game of mother-in-law. (Books: 2.) 
Stark (P. P.), Richmond, Va. : 

Stark (P. P.) Testimonies. A com- 
pilation from the Bible. (Books: 2.) 
Stearns (Arthur Kendall), Waukegan, 
111.: 

Lake county annual and fair book. 
v.45. (Books': 2.) 
Stevens (H. B.) co., Boston : 

Etude de concert. Pour piano. Par 
Waddington Cooke. (Music.) 

Valse impromptu. Pour piano. Par 
Waddington Cooke. (Music.) 
* Stevens (Horace J.), Houghton, Mich.: 
Winter navigation in frozen waters. 
(Books: 3.) 
Stoeckel (Carl), Norfolk, Conn. : 

Stoeckel (Carl). Music and poetry 
of Norfolk. (Books: 1.) 
Strobridge litho. co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 
West,N. Y. no. 8090. 8sheet. (Litho- 
graphs.) 



Strobridge litho. co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

West, N. Y. no. 8091. 1 sheet. (Litho- 
graphs.) 
Strohmeyer & Wyman, Montclair, N. J. : 

Bankston Johnson, full-blooded 
Choctaw Indian, Rough rider. ( Photo- 
graphs.) 

Bound for Santiago de Cuba and 
Havana. (Photographs.) 

Cairn before thestorm ; waiting orders 
for Cuban invasion. (Photographs.) 

Co. E street, Rough riders' camp, 
Tampa, U. S. A. (Photographs.) 

Cuban volunteers with Gen. Shaffer's 
army at Santiago de Cuba. 1. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

2. (Photographs.) 

Dock at Tampa on the day of sailing 
for Santiago de Cuba. (Photographs.) 

English, Russian, German, Austrian, 
Japanese, and Swedish military at- 
taches with our army at Santiago de 
cuba. 1. (Photographs.) 

2. (Photographs.) 

3. (Photographs.) 

General view of the artillery camp, 
Tampa, U. S. A. (Photographs.) 

General view of the 8th U. S. infantry 
camp, Tampa, U. S. A. (Photographs.) 

Good-bye boys ! 22d infantry board- 
ing transports for Santiago de Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

Guard mount, 2d N. J. vols., Jack- 
sonville, Fla., U. S. A. (Photographs. ) 

Hein (Col.) and officers of the 2d 
N. J. vols., Jacksonville, Fla., U. S. A. 
(Photographs.) 

In the camp of the 2d N. 
Jacksonville, Fla., U. S. A. 
graphs.) 

Lee (Maj. Gen. Fitzhugh). 
tographs.j 

2. (Photographs.) 

3. (Photographs.) 

Letter (A) from mother, 
graphs.) 

Light artillery for shipment to San- 
tiago de Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Loading the mules for Cuban in- 
vasion, Tampa. U. S. A. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Mascot (The) of the Rough riders. 
to be loosed on the Spaniards. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Moving camp. 8th IT, S, infantry, 
Tampa. V . s. A. (Photographs.) 

Nunez (Gen.) drilling the Cuban 
volunteers. 1. (Photographs.) 

2. (Photographs.) 

Off with our boys to Cuba. The 
fleet from deck of the transport " Yigi- 
lancia." (Photographs. | 

Officers of the famous Rough riders. 
r. s. volunteer cavalry. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



J. vols., 
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Strohmeyer & Wyman, Montcla-ir, N. J. : 

O'Neil (Capt.), of the Rough riders, 
and mayor of Prescott, Ariz. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Rough (The) riders packing for San- 
tiago de Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Stack arms, U. S. monitor "Mon- 
terey," forward. (Photographs.) 

Striking tents to move on to Santiago 
de Cuba. (Photographs.) 

Transport " Saratoga" carrying- 
troops to Santiago de Cuba. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Troop A, 9th U. S. cavalry, famous 
Indian fighters. 1. (Photographs.) 

2. (Photographs.) 

Troop D of the Rough riders as they 
wont to Cuba. (Photographs.) 

''Yucatan' 7 (The) carrying the fa- 
mous Roosevelt's rough riders to Cuba. 
(Photographs.) 

2d U. S. infantry boarding the " Iro- 
quois " for Santiago de Cuba. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

3d U. S. cavalry on parade, Camp 
Tampa, U. S. A. (Photographs. ) 

9th L T . S. cavalry, 1 anions colored 
regiment. Draw sabers! (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Sutphen (Mrs. M. S.), Santa Cruz, Cal.: 

With Georgie to Klondike I'll go. 
Song and chorus. By Henry M. Black. 
(Music.) 
Tanenbaum (L), son & co., New York: 

Contingent insurance contract. 
(Books: 2.) 
Taylor (Chas. G.), New York: 

Dude (The) and the prima donna. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 
Taylor (Frank H.), Philadelphia: 

Thousand (The) islands. (Maps.) 
Thomas (Heirs of J. R.), U. S. : 

Tarry with me. Hymns of the 
church. Set to music by J. R. Thomas. 
(Music.) 
Thompson (N. D.) pub. co., St. Louis. Mo. : 

William Shakespeare. His complete 
dramatic works, with 'Tarquin and 
Lucrece," "The passionate pilgrim," 
the sonnets, and minor poems. (Books : 
1.) 
Tobin (VI. F.), New York: 

Call (A) to duty. 8tx5^. (Engrav- 
ings.) 

Columbia's tribute. 8fx6i. (En- 
gravings.) 

Off for the war. Mother's advice. 
6x8. (Engravings.) 

One of the survivors U. S. battle ship 
"Maine." (Engravings.) 
Toledo directory co., Toledo, Ohio: 

Polk (R. L.) & co.'s Toledo citv di- 
rectory. For July, 1898. (Books': 1.) 
Treadwell (James W.), San Francisco, 
Cal.: 

We are little pickaninnies. (Chro- 
mos and lithographs.) 



Trifet (F.), Boston: 

Coon's breach of promise. Song and 
cake walk. Words by Frank N. Scott. 
Music by Chas. D. Blake. (Music.) 

Red (The), white, and blue forever. 
March and two-step. By Chas. D. 
Blake. Piano. (Music.) 
Trow directory, print, and bookbinding 
I co., New York: 

Trow's general directory of the bor- 
oughs of Manhattan and Bronx, city 
of New York. v. 112, ending Julv 1, 
1899. (Books: 1.) 
Tyson (James), Philadelphia: 

Tyson (J.) Manual of physical diag- 
nosis for the use of students and phy- 
sicians. (Books: 1.) 
U. S. print, co., Russell-Morgan print, 
Cincinnati, Ohio: 

"Sousas" (The) of the Wabash. 
(Lithograjflis.) 
United States mutual investment co., 
Lexington, Ky. : 

Certificate of membership, class A. 
(Engravings.) 
Van Riper (Lewis C.),New York: 

Van Riper (Lewis C.) Ins (The) and 
outs of Wall street. (Books: 2.) 
Vandersloot music co., Williamsport, 
Pa.: 

Phebie, the warmest gal in town. 
Words and music by Lee Orean Smith. 
(Music.) 
Yogel (Henry P.), Albany, N. Y. : 

Sagamore (The). March and two- 
step. By Arthur R. Zita. [Piano.] 
(Music.) 
Walker (Meribah E. Williams), Chicago : 
Walker (M. E. W. ) Direct legisla- 
tion. The initiative and referendum. 
(Books: 2.) 
Warner (J. H.), Marlboro, Mass. : 

I would not part with Kitty. Words 
and music by Chester Underwood. 
(Music.) 
Warner (Whitnev) pub. co., Detroit, 
Mich.: 

Kitty Clover. Words and music by 
Efhe F. Kamman. (Music.) 
Waters (R. J.), San Francisco: 

Loop (The). Tehachapi pass, S. P. 
R. R. (Photographs.) 
Wave pub. co., San Francisco: 

Wave war series, no. 1, v. 1. June 
25,1898. (Books: 2.) 
Way (W. H.), Meriden, Conn. : 

Parisian solidified perfume. (Books: 
2.) 
T\ eed (Clarence Moores), Durham, N. H. : 
Weed (C. M.) Seed travelers. 
(Books: 1.) 
Weekes & co., London: 

If I had known. Song. Words by 
Jeanuie Roberts. Music by G. Augus- 
tus Holmes, no. 1 in E fiat. (Compass 
I B flat to E flat.) (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS-Continued. 



Weekes & co., London: 

Romance in G. For the violin and 
violoncello. Composed by Bernhard 
Carrodus. [Piano accompaniment.] 
(Music.) 
Weller ( W. R.), Elkhart, Ind. : 

Woodmen of the world. Grand 
march and two-step. By Barnie G. 
Yonng. For piano. Arranged by W. 
A. Metzner. (Music.) 
Werth (F. A.), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Uncle Sam Ml get you if you don't 
watch out ! Words bv Annie C. Work. 
Music by F. A. Werth.' (Music.) 
Western pig iron ass'n, Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Stock report, no. 283. Julv 15, 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Wetzler (Siginund), New York: 

Interesting news. (Fine arts : pho- 
tograph of painting.) 
Wharton (S. R.), Chicago : 

Increase and decrease as shown in the 
record of the Northwestern life insur- 
ance co., of Milwaukee. (Books: 2.) 
Whitall, Tatum & co., N. Y. : 

Supplemental price list. 1898. Whit- 
all, Tatum & co. (Books: 2.) 
White (Henry), Washington, D. C. : 

Notre Dame march. By H. White. 
4 hands. (Music.) 
White-Smith music pub. co., Boston: 

Kentucky babe. Schottische. For 
pianoforte. By Adam Geibel. Ar- 
ranged by Walter Jacobs for 1 or 2 
banjos and piano. (Music.) 

Turn Thy face from my sins. Soprano 
or tenor. [Sacred song.] By Carl 
Pilueger. (Music.) 
Wilber (Harry L.), Denver, Colo. : 

Rocky mountain news. Two-step. 
Bv Harry L. Wilber. [Piano.] (Music.) 
Wilson (Herbert S.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Wilson (II. S.) The practical tool- 
maker and designer. (Books: 1.) 
Witham (R. Adelaide), Somerville, Mass. 

Lewes CM. E.) George Eliot's Silas 
Marner. Edited by R. A. Witham. 
(Books: 1.) 
Witmark (M.) sous, New York : 

I'se gwine to hab a white man, sure. 
Coon song. By Hattie Starr. (Music.) 

Just one girl. Medley waltz. Ar- 
ranged for orchestra. By W. II. 
Mackie. (Music.) 

Song and chorus. By Karl 

Kennett and Lynn Udall. (Music.) 

Make no mistake. Schottische. Ar- 
ranged for orchestra by W. H. Mackie. 
(Music.) 

My little sister, Kate. Song and 
chorus. By Minnie Belle. (Music.) 

Piccaninny's (De) dream. Coon 
lullaby. By Hattie Starr. (Music.) 

Victory (The). Cornet solo and 
piano. By Wm. Jaeger. (Music.) 

Virginian march. By Louis M. Tiech- 
man. [Piano.] (Music.) 



Witzmann (E.) and co., Memphis, Tenn. : 

Flatterer (The) — Lalisonjera. Piano. 
By C. Chaminade. Arranged by B. F. 
McDowall. op. 29-2. (Music; 

Flying (The) squadron. Words and 
music by J. Vernon. (Music.) 

hi the gondola. Piano. By F. 
Bendel. op. 103. Arranged by B. F. 
McDowall. op. 27-2. (Music.) 

Sere'nade — badine. (Teasing.) Piano. 
By Gabriel-Marie. Arranged by B. F. 
McDowall. op. 26-2. (Music.) 

Valse arabesque. Piano. By Theo. 
Lack. op. 82. Arranged by B. F. 
McDowall. op. 28-2. (Music.) 
Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston: 

My Sallie is waiting dere for me. 

Song, with piano accompaniment. 

Words by H. G. Wheeler. Music by J. 

W.Wheeler. (Music.) 

"Woods (Frances Armstrong), Chicago : 

Miss Suzzanah Brady am my lady. 
Coon song and chorus. Words and 
music by Frances Armstrong Woods. 
Woolley (Alice), Ridgewood Park, N. J. : 

Come, my soul; wait thou on God. 
Solo and quartette. Words and melody 
by Alice. Arranged and harmonized 
by Wm. Dressier. (Music.) 
World railway pub. co., New York : 

Kirkman (M. M.) Disbursements of 
railways. [The Science of railways. 
v.7.] (Books: 1.) 

Duties and. responsibilities of 

the locomotive engineer. [Forming a 
part of Kirkman's Science of railways.] 
(Books: 1.) 

Economic theory of rates. Pri- 
vate versus government control of rail- 
roads. [The Science of railways, v. 8.] 
(Books: 1.) 

Financing, constructing, and 

maintaining. [The Science of railways. 
v.3.] (Books: 1.) 

Fiscal affairs. Collection of rev- 
enue. [The Science of railways, v. 9.] 
(Books: 1.) 

Freight business and affairs. 

[The Science of railways. v. 6.] 
(Books: 1.) 

General fiscal and other affairs. 

[The Science of railways. v, 10.] 
(Books: 1.) 

General index. [The Science of 

railways, v. 12.] (Books: 1.) 

Origin and evolution oi trans- 
portation. [The Science of railways. 
v. 11.] (Books: 1.) 

Passenger, baggage, express, and 

mail service. [The Science of railways. 
v.5.] (Books: t.) 

Railway equipment. [The Sci- 
ence of railways, v. 1. ] (Books: 1.) 

Railway organization. [ The Sci- 
ence of" railways. v.2.] (Books: 1«) 

Train service. [The Science ol 

railways. \ . t. ] (Books : L.) 



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Wright (Frank E.), Philadelphia: 

Bible. The new illustrated holy 
bible. Self- pronouncing, with mar- 
ginal references and concordance. 
(Books: 1.) 
Zabner (M. H.), Niagara Falls, N. Y. : 

Camp Alger, Ya. Tbe colored sol- 
diers at dinner. (Photographs.) 

Paying for the fun they had. 

(Photographs.) 

Pitching shelter tents. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Shelter tents; known as dog 

tents. (Photographs.) 

How the boys spend their spare 
hours. (Photographs.) 



Zahner (M. H.), Niagara Falls, N. Y. : 
Old (The) army game. (Poker.) 
(Photographs.) 
• Picking daisies. (Photographs.) 

Rough (The) riders in line. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Skirmish (A) line. (Photographs.) 
Soldiers at mess. (Photographs.) 
Soldiers washing dishes. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Taking the oath. (Photographs.) 
Volley firing. (Photographs.) 
Writing a letter home. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 
Zaremba (Edward), Chicago: 

Our eagle cry. Words by E. Zar- 
emba. Music by C. Zaremba. (Music.) 



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SEP 27 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 16, no. 3. 
Whole no. 368— July 27, 1898. 



CONTENTS 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 157 

(2) Miscellaneous 167 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine arti- 

cles - 170 

II. Dramatic Compositions 175 

III. Periodicals 175 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions of Music 181 

V. Maps and Charts 194 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 196 



Page, 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 201 

VIII. Photographs 203 

IX. Pine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, stat- 
uary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 212 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors . . -14 



WASHINGTON: 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1898. 






EXPLANATION. — The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as 
shown in the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.'] 

I. BOOKS .-(1) BOOKS PROBER. 

Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under " IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Authors. 

* Adams, Isaac. 

Darkness and daybreak . . . Per- 
sonal experiences, manners, customs, 
habits, religious and social lifein Per- 
sia . . . [Grand Rapids, Mich., Dick- 
inson bros.] 1898. 229, [1] pp. pi. 
port, facsim. 12°. cop. 156 

Copyright by Isaac Adams, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 1898, no. 74478, * Mar. 1. 
2 copies rec'd June 20. 
"Allen, Frank H. 

The quiet hour, and how to keep it. 
Boston and Chicago, United society of 
Christian endeavor [1898] 32 pp. 16°. 
cop. 157 

Copyright by United society of 
Christian endeavor, Boston. 1898, no. 
35950, June 11. 2 copies rec'd June 11. 
Allibone, S[amuel] Austin. 

A critical dictionary of English lit- 
erature and British and American au- 
thors, living and deceased, from the 
earliest accounts to the latter half of the 
nineteenth century . . . v. 3. Phila- 
delphia and London, J. B. Lippincott 
co., 1898. 4 G . cop. 158 

Copyright bv M. H. Allibone, Phila- 
delphia. 1898!; no. 44982, July 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 19. 
Appleton, D[aniel] & co. 

Appleton's dictionary of New York 
and its vicinity . . . 20th yr., 1st. 
" Greater New York" ed. New York, 
D.Appieton & co., 1898. iv, 343 pp. 
pi. map. 16°. cop. 159 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41258, July 9. 2 
copies rec*d July 19. 
The armv and navy of the United States ; 
1776-1898. 

See [Walton, William] 
Ashby, Holdon M. 

How to analyze clay ; practical meth- 
ods for practical men. Chicago, 
Windsor & Kentield pub. co., 1898. 71, 
[l],iipp. illus. 8°. cop. 160 

Copyright by Holdon M. Ashby, Chi- 
cago. 1897, no. 41862, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 



Authors — Continued. 

Austin, Henry. 

American game and fish laws; con- 
taining a digest of the laws in each 
state. Boston, 1898. 166 pp. 12°. 
cop. 161 



Copyright by H. 
1898, no. 39613, June I 
July 7. 



Austin, Boston. 
10. 2 copies rec'd 



Barrett, W[illiam] C. 

Oral pathology and practice. A text- 
book for the use of students in dental 
colleges, and a handbook for dental 
practitioners. Philadelphia, The S. 
S. White dental mfg. co., 1898. xii, 239 
pp. 8°. cop. 162 

Copyright by W. C. Barrett, Buffalo, 



N.Y. 1898, no. 37603, Jum 
ies rec'd July 8. 



20. 



cop- 



Bates, Fred Orlando. 

The five post-Kleistbenean tribes. 
[Ithaca, N. Y., Andrus & Church, 1898] 
1 p. 1.. v, 1 1., 71 pp. 8°. cop. (Cor- 
nell studies in classical philology, no. 
8.) 163 

Copyright by Cornell university, Ith- 
aca, n! Y. 1898, no. 40201, July' 2. 2 
copies rec'd Jul}- 20. 

Beck, Henry Houghton. 

. . . Cuba's tight for freedom and the 
war with Spain; a comprehensive . . . 
history of the Spanish kingdom and its 
latest and fairest colony . . . Phila- 
delphia, Globe Bible pub. co. [1898] 
536 pp. illus. map. 12 . cop. 161 

Copyright by D. B. Shepp, Philadel- 
phia. * 1898. no. 31613. June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 23. 

Beers, Henry A[ugustin] 

From Chaucer ro Tennyson . . . 
Meadville, Pa., New York [etc.], Flood 
and Vincent, 1898. 325 pp. port. 12°. 
cop. (Chautauqua reading circle lit- 
erature.") 165 
Copyright by Flood & Vincent,Mead- 
ville,Pa. 1898, no. 39001, June 27. 2 
copies rec'd July IS. 

157 



158 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

*Biddle, A[nthony] J. Drexel. 

Word for word and letter for letter ; 
a "biographical romance. Illustrated 
by E. Hollowav. London and Pkila- 
delnhia, Gay & Bird, 1898. 207 pp. pi. 
12°. cop. 166 

Copyright by A. J. D. Biddle, Phila- 
delphia. 1897, no. 44045, Aug. 4. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 29, 1898. 

* Black, H[enry] Campbell. 

A handbook of bankruptcy law; em- 
bodying the full text of the act of Con- 
gress of 1898, and annotated with refer- 
ences to pertinent decisions under for- 
mer statutes. St. Paul, Minn., West 
pub. co., 1898. viii,326 pp. 8°. cop. 

167 

Copyright by H. C. Black, U. S. 1898, 
no. 41486, July 11. 2 copies rec'd July 
12. 
Bolton, Sarah Knowles. 

A country idyl, and other stories. 
New York and Boston, T. Y. Crowell & 
co. [1898] 1 p. 1., 274 pp. port. 12°. 
cop. 168 

Copyright bv T. Y. Crowell & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 43341, July 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 20. 
Borton, Benjamin. 

A while with the blue; or, Memories 
of war days. The true story of a pri- 
vate. Passaic, N. J.,W. Taylor, 1898. 
1 p. 1., 168 pp. pi. port. 12 c . cop. 

169 

Copyright by B. Borton, Woodstown, 
N.J. 1898, no!' 23682, Apr. 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 13. 

* Brine, Mary D. 

Happy little people. Rhymes and 
stories about and for them. With full- 
page color plates and text illustrations 
by P. King. Boston, Lothrop pub. 
co. [1898] [23] pp. illus. pi. 4°. cop. 

170 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42219, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14. 
[Brinkley, F. ed.~] 

Japan [described and illustrated by 
the Japanese ; written by eminent 
Japanese authorities and scholars . . .] 
section 14. Boston, J. B. Millet co. 
[1898] illus. pi. fol. cop. 171 

Copyright by J. B. Millet co., Boston. 
1898, no. 43119, July 19. 2 copies rec'd 
July 19. 

* Brookline directory, 1898. [no. 19] 

W. A. Greenough & co., compilers . . . 
Boston, W. A. Greenough & co., 1898. 
8 C . cop. 172 

Copyright by W. A. Greenough & 
co., Boston. 1898, no. 40702, July 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 16. 



Authors — 'Continued. 

* Brooks, Elbridge S[treeter] comp. 

Children all ; a book of stories and 
verses for little people . . . Boston, 
Lothrop pub. co. [1898] [23] pp. illus. 
pi. 4°. cop. 173 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 1898. no. 42217, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14. 

Canton, AVilliam. 

The invisible playmate and W. V. 
her book. New York, Dodd. Mead & 
co., 1898. ix,226pp. 12°. cop. 174 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 43117, July 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 19. 

* Chadwick, Mrs. Francis. 

Tbe luck-piece. Our little Phil. 
New York, C. Wildermann, 1898. 61 
pp. 16°. cop. (The Catholic library. 
v.23.) 175 

Copyright by C. Wildermann, New 
York. 1898, no! 31598, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

Poor Lady Friyole. Bernard 

Mallory's repentance. On good soil 
... ' New York,C. Wildermann, 1898. 
62 pp. 16 c . cop. (The Catholic li- 
brary, y. 13.) 176 

Copyright by C. AVildermann, New 
York. * 1898, no'. 34596, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

* Chanal, [Francois- Victor- Adolphe] de. 

The American army in the War of 
secession. Translated by . . . M. J. 
O'Brien. Leayenworth, Ivans., G. A. 
Spooner, 1894. 245 pp. 8°. cop. 
(Spooner's military library, v. 2, no. 2.) 

177 

Copyright bv G. A. Spooner, Leayen- 
worth, Kans. 1894, no. 11140, Feb. 21. 
2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

* Coleridge, [Samuel Taylor] 

Coleridge's The rime of the ancient 
mariner. Edited, with introduction 
and notes, by L. R. Gibbs. Boston, 
Ginn & co., 1898. 1 p. 1., xxvi, 1 1., 53 
pp. port. 12°. cop. (Standard Eng- 
lish classics.) 178 

Copyright by L. R. Gibbs, Boston. 
1898, no. 42162, July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 15. 

Colquhoun, Archibald R[oss] 

China in transformation . . . New 
York and London, Harper & bros., 1898. 
ix, [1], 397 pp. illus. pi. maps. 8°. 
cop. 179 

Copyright by Harper & bros.. New 
York. 1898, no. 41882, July 13. 2 copies 
rec'd July 18. 



159 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

* Colville, W[illiam] J. 

The law of correspondences applied 
to healing. A course of seven practi- 
cal lessons. Chicago, F. M. Harley 
pub. co.. 1898. vii pp.', 1 1., 9-121 pp. 
12°. cop. 180 

Copyright by F. M. Harley pub. co., 
Chicago." 1898, no. 38865, June 25. 2 
copies rec'd June 23. 

Corniil, Carl Heinrich. 

History of the people of Israel, from 
the earliest times to the destruction of 
Jerusalem by the Romans . . . Trans- 
lated bv W. H. Carruth. Chicago, 
Open court pub. co., 1898. 3 p. 1., 325 
pp. 8 C . cop. 181 

Copyright by Open court pnb.co., 
Chicago. 1898,* no. 38998, June 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 20. 

* Crowley, Mary Catherine. 

The child crusaders, and other stories. 
New York, C. Wildermaim, 1898. 64 
pp. 16 c . cop. (The Catholic library. 
v.24.) 182 

Copyright by C. Wildermann, New 
York. * 1898, no! 31629, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

*Da Costa, John Chalmers. 

A manual of modern surgery, general 
and. operative . . . Philadelphia, W. 
B. Saunders. 1898. 911 up. illus. pi. 
8 C . cop. 183 

Copyright by W. B. Saunders, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 42221, July 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 14. 

H Day, Thomas Fleming. 

Songs of sea and sail. New York 
and London, The Rudder pub. co., 1898. 
128 pp. 12 J . cop. 184 

Copyright by T. F. Day, New York. 
1898, no. 29134*, May 10. 2 copies rec'd 
June 11. 

* Desmond, Humphrey J. 

The church and the law ; Avith special 
reference to ecclesiastical law in the 
United States. Chicago, Callaghan 
& co., 1898. 133 pp. 12°. cop. 185 

Copyright by H. J. Desmond, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 1898, no. 39363, June 29. 
2 copies rec'd June 29. 

Dickens, Charles. 

A tale of two cities; illustrated by 
F. H. Townsend. New York and Lon- 
don, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1898. lp.L, 
vii, 454 pp. pi. 8°. cop. (Library 
of famous noyels.) L86 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 33783, June 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 22. 



Authors — Continued. 

* Dry den, John. 

Palamon andArcite; edited, with in- 
troduction and notes, by A. Gilman. 
Boston, New York [etc.], Houghton, 
Mihiin&co. [1898] xvii, 83 pp. port. 
16°. cop. (Riverside literature series, 
no. 125.) 187 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & 
co., Boston. 1898, no. 36819, June 16. 
2 copies rec'd June 17. 

* Egan, Maurice Francis. 

Some pleasant tales for boys and 
girls. New York, C. Wildermann, 
1898. 62 pp. 16°. cop. (The Cath- 
olic library, v. 15.) 188 

Copyright by C. Wildermann, New 
York. 1898, no. 34627, June 6. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16. 

64 pp. 16°. cop. (The Cath- 
olic library, v. 25.) 189 
Copyright by C. Wildermann, New 
York. 1898, no'. 34625, June 6. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16. 

Ellers, Carl L. 

Heating and ventilation. St. Louis, 
Stoves and hardware pub. co., 1897. 
64 pp. illus. 16°. cop. 190 

Copyright by Stoves and hardware 
pub. co., St. Louis, Mo. 1897, no. 23119, 
Apr. 13. 2 copies rec'd June 16, 1898. 

* Elliott (Charles Sinclaire). 

Lectures on nervous and mental dis- 
eases. 8°. New York, A. L. Chatter- 
ton & co., 1897. 191 

Copyright by C. S. Elliott, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. 1897, no. 21881, Apr. 6. 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 19, 1898. 

French, John H[enry] 

Mental arithmetic : combining a com- 
plete system ofrapid computation, with 
correct logic of the solutions of prob- 
lems and the analyses v.f processes. 
New York, Cincinnati [etc.], Amor. bk. 
co. [1898] 180 pp. 16 . cop. (French's 
mathematical series.) 192 

Copyright by M. E. W. French. I. S. 
1898, no. 39621, June 30. 2 copies rec'd 
July 23. 

[Frost, Jonathan Burwell. | 

Arizona. Supposed by the author to 
be a comedy. | Ulan I a. Ga, |, The 
Foote A. Davies co., 1898. 5 p. 1.. SI pp. 
S . cop. 198 

Copyright by J. B. Frost, Atlanta,. 
Ga, 1898, no. 22914, Apr. 11. 2 copies 
rec'd July IS. 



160 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Gazetteer and directory of Georgia for 
1898-1899. v. 5. Richmond, Va.. J. L. 
Hill print. co. ; 1898. 8°. cop. 194 

Copyright l>y J. L. Hill print co., 
Richmond, Va. 1898, no. 42215, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 22. 

Giddiugs, Howard A. 

Mauual for cyclists. For the use of 
the regular army, organized militia, and 
volunteer troops of the United States. 
[Kansas City, Mo., Hudson-Kirnberly 
pub. co., 1898] 140, [18] pp. illus. 
16°. cop. 195 

Copyright by Hudson-Kimberlv pub. 
co., Kansas City, Mo. 1898, u 0.28477, 
May 7. 2 copies rec'd July 23. 

Gilmau, Arthur. 

First steps in English literature. 
Rev. ed. New York, Cincinnati [etc.], 
Amer. bk. co. [1898.] 233 pp. 16°. 
cop. 196 

Copyright by A. Gilman, U. S. 1898, 
no. 39623, June 30. 2 copies rec'd July 
23. 

* Goldsmith, Oliver. 

Goldsmith's Vicar of Wakefield ; with 
notes and introduction by W. H. Hud- 
son. Boston, D. C. Heath & co., 1898. 
xxxv, 264 pp. pi. port. 16°. cop. 
(Heath's English classics ) 197 

Copyright by W. H. Hudson, Cali- 
fornia' 1898, no. 41902, July 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 13. 

Gray, Maxwell \_pseud.~] 

See Tuttiett, Miss Mary Gleed. 

Groff, JohnE. 

Handbook of materia medica, for 
trained nurses ; including sections on 
therapeutics and toxicology and a 
glossary of terms with dose and use of 
each drug. Philadelphia, P. Blakis- 
ton's son & co., 1898. 235 pp. 12°. 
cop. 198 

Copyright by P. Blakiston's son & 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, no. 37605, June 
20. 2 copies rec'd July 21. 

* [Gunter, Archibald Clavering.] 

The adventures of a naval officer; a 
narrative by Lieut. Warneford [pseud.] 
New York, The Home pub. co. [1898] 
219 pp. 8°. cop. 199 

Copyright by A. C. Gunter, New 
York. 1898, no. 38992, June 27. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 11. 

* Hacklander, [Friedrich Wilhelm.] 

Enchanting and enchanted; from the 
German of Hacklander. By Mrs. A. L. 
Wister. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippin- 



Juthors — Continued. 

* Hacklander, [Fredrick Wilhelm]— C't'd. 

cott co. [1898] 226 pp. pi. 12°. 
cop. 200 

Copyright by A. L. Wister, Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 41667, July 12. 2 
copies rec'd July 15. 

Hale, Susan. 

Men and manners of the eighteenth 
century. Meadville, Pa., New York 
[etc.], Flood & Vincent, 1898. 326 pp. 
12°. cop. (Chautauqua reading circle 
literature.) 201 

Copyright by Flood & Vincent, 
Meadville, Pa. 1898, no. 38045, June 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 18. 

*Hall, Florence Howe. 

Little lads and lassies. Stories in 
prose and verse about and foi them . . . 
Boston, Lothrop pub. co. [1898. 24] pp. 
illus. pi. 4°. cop. 202 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 42220, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14. 

*Hall, Gertrude. 

The hundred and' other stories . . . 
New York and London, Harper & bros., 
1898. 5 p. 1., 255, [1], pp. pi. 12°. 
cop. 203 

Contents. 

Chloe, Chloris, and Cytherea. p. 204. 

Dorastus. p. 142. 

The hundred, p. 1. 

The passing of spring, p. 59. 

Paula in Italy, p. 104. 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 35057, Juno 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 15. 

* Hamilton, John B. 

Lectures on tumors. 3d ed. Phil- 
adelphia, P. Blakiston's son & co., 1898. 
xi, 9-143 pp. illus. pi. 8-. cop. 204 

Copyright by P. Blakiston's son & 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, no. 40432, July 
5. 2 copies rec'd July 15. 

Hamilton, T[heodore] F. ed. 

Hamilton's New York negligence 
cases classified. A complete collection 
of all reported negligence cases de- 
cided by all the New York state courts 
to January 1, 1898; classified-aeeording 
to the facts. New York, Remick, 
Schilling & co., 1898. xc, 470 pp. 8°. 
cop. 205 

Copyright by T. F. Hamilton, New 
York. 1898, no. 38085, June 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18. 

* Hamlin, Augustus Choate. 

The battle of Chancellorsville; the 
attack of Stonewall Jackson and his 
army upon the right flank of the army 



161 

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A utkors — Continued. 

* Hamlin, Augustus Choate — Continued. 

of the Potomac at Chancellorsville, 
Virginia. . . . May 2, 1863. Bangor, 
Me., The author, 1896. viii, 5-196 pp. 
maps. 8°. cop. 206 

Copyright bv A. C. Hamlin, Bangor, 
Me. 1896, no. 49498, Sept. 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Hamm, Fred J. 

The tonsorial recipe hook for barbers 
and druggists; containing formulae 
and all information necessary for com- 
pounding the various preparations 
used by the trade . . . Rahway, 
N. J., Rahway pub. co., 1898. 123 pp. 
12°. cop. 207 

Copyright by F. J. Hamm, Rahway, 
N. J. 1898, no. 43657, July 21. 2 copies 
rec'd July 21. 

Hand-book of life and accident insurance 
on the assessment or natural premium 
plan . . . 13th annual ed. Carefully 
corrected to June, 1898. New York, 
The Spectator co., 1898. 8°. cop. 208 
Copyright by The Spectator co., New 
York. 1898, no. 7692, Jan. 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 14. 

Houston, Edwin J fames]. 

Intermediate lessons in natural phi- 
losophy. Rev. ed. Philadelphia, 
Eldredge & bro., 1898. 215 pp. illus. 
12°. cop. 209 

Copyright by Eldredge & bro., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 36557, June 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 21. 

* Hyatt, D. P. 

D. P. Hyatt's telegraph code for coal 
and coke, 1898. [ Detroit, Mich. ? ] 
[1898] 46 numb. 1. 18°. cop. 210 

Copyright by D. P. Hyatt, Detroit, 
Mich. 1898, no. 16212, Mar. 9. 2 copies 
rec'd July 11. 

The International correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. 

An elementary treatise on electric 
lighting . . . 1st ed. Scranton, The 
Colliery engineer co., 1898. 5 v. 8° 



& obi. 4 C 



cop. 



21 1-21 [ 



Contents. 

v. 1. Arithmetic, mensuration, me- 
chanics ... 

v. 2. Dynamos and motors, electric light- 
ing . . . 

v. 3. Mechanical drawing, 

v. 4. Tables and formulas. 

v. 5. Answers to questions. 

Copyright by The Collierv eng. co., 
Scranton, Pa, ' 189S, nos. 12053-12057, 
Feb. 17. 2 copies rec'd July 20. 

Japan. 

See [Brinkley, F. ed] 



Authors — Continued. 

* Jones, A. teacher. 

The science of arithmetic, for teach- 
ers and advanced students. Adapted 
for use in normal schools, academies, 
and preparatory departments of col- 
leges. Terre Haute, Ind., The Inland 
pub. co., 1898. 426pp. 12°. cop. 216 

Copyright by A. Jones, Marion, Ind. 

1897, no. 38851, July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16, 1898. 

Jones & Laughlins. 

. . . Useful information for business 
men, mechanics, and engineers. Com- 
piled, by C. C. Briggs. 13th ed., revised 
and enlarged. [Pittsburg, Pa.] 1898. 
1 p. 1., 499 pp. illus. obi. 18°. [5x8 
cm.] cop. 217 

Copyright by Jones & Laughlins, 
ltd., Pittsburg, Pa. 1898, no. 12064, 
Feb. 17. 2 copies rec'd July 21. 

Joy, James Richard. 

Twenty centuries of English history. 
Meadvilfe, Pa., New York [etc.], Flood 
& Vincent, 1898. 318 pp. illus. pi. 
map. 12°. cop. (Chautauqua reading- 
circle literature.) 218 

Copyright by Flood & Vincent, Mead- 
ville, Pa. 1898, no. 39044, June 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 18. 

Judson, Harry Pratt. 

Europe in the nineteenth century. 
MeadviJle, Pa., New York [etc.]. Flood 
& Vincent, 1898. 342 pp. illus. port. 
12°. cop. (Chautauqua reading circle 
literature.) 219 

Copyright by Flood & Vincent, Mead- 
ville, Pa, 1898, no. 39000, June 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 18. 

* Kent, J [ames] T. 

Stomach and abdomen. Repertory 
of the homoeopathic materia medioa. 
Lancaster, Pa., Examiner print, house, 

1898. pp. 471-588. 4°. cop. 220 
Copyrighted by J. T. Kent. Philadel- 
phia, 1898, no. 37893, June 21. 2 copies 
rec'd June 30. 

* Kingsley, Charles. 

Westward ho! or, Annas Leigh in 
the Spanish main. An episode from 
the novel, edited with introduction and 
notes by E. E. Hale. jr. New York, 

Boston [etc. ], University pub.co. [1898] 
xxvi. 101 pp. 12°. cop. (Standard 
literature series, no. 38.) 221 

Copyright by University pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40926, July 8. - 
copies rec'd July 8. 



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Authors — Continued. 

The Lakeside annual directory of the 
city of Chicago, 1898 . . . R. H. Don- 
nelley, compiler. Chicago, The Chi- 
cago direct, co., 1898. 4°. cop. 222 
Copyright by The Chicago directory 
co., Chicago. 1898, no. 42894, July 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 21. 

*Lecky, Walter. 

Exiles from Erin. With the Irish 
fairies. New York, C. Wildermann, 
1898. 62 pp. 16°. cop. (The Catho- 
lic library. v.21.) 223 

Copyright by C. Wildermann, New 
York. 1898, no. 34628, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

Katie's faith, and other stories. 

New York, C. Wildermann, 1898. 63, 
[1] pp. 16°. cop. (The Catholic 
library, v. 11.) 224 

Copyright by C. Wildermann, New 
York. 1898, no. 34626, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

* Mackie, Pauline Bradford. 

Ye lyttle Salem maide; a story of 
witchcraft. Illustrated by E. W. D. 
Hamilton. Boston, New York [etc.] 
Lamson, Wolffe & co., 1898. ix, 321 pp. 
pi. 12 c . cop. 225 

Copyright by Lamson, Wolffe & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 27759, May 2. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 29. 

Manual of the coupon ticket points and 
coupon ticket agents in the United 
States, the Canadas, and Mexico ; alpha- 
betically arranged . . . 17th year, no. 
65. Issued quarterly, July 1, i898. 
Chicago, Stromberg, Allen & co., 1898. 
xxxix, 96 pp., 11., 95 pp. 8°. cop. 226 
Copyright by C. J. Stromberg, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 6542, Jan. 19. 2 copies 
rec'd July 18. 

* Miller, May Halsey. 

Raoul and iron hand; or, Winning 
the golden spurs. A tale of the 14th 
century: illustrated by P. De Luce. 
New York, E. P. Dutton & co., 1898. 
iv pp., 1 1., 321 pp. pi. 8°. cop. 227 

Copyright by E. P. Dutton & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 34856, June 6. 2 
copies rec'd June 9. 

Musset, [Louis Charles] Alfred de. 

Histoired'un merle blauc; edited by 
A. Cointat and H. I. Williams. New 
York, H. Holt & co., 1898. iv, 50 pp. 
16°. cop. 228 

Copyright by H. Holt & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 43333, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19. 



Authors — Continued. 

Nelson, Kathleen Gray. 

Tuen, slave, and empress; illustra- 
tions by W. M. Cary. New York, E. 
P. Dutton & co.. 1898. v, 191 pp. pi. 
12°. cop. 229 

Copyright by E. P. Dutton & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 21834, Apr. 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 20. 

* The new cabinet cyclopaedia and treas- 
ury of knowledge-. A handy book of 
reference on all subjects and for all 
readers . . . The articles relating to 
America edited by A. R. Spofford, the 
articles relating to Europe edited by 
C. Annandale. Philadelphia, The 
Gebbiepub. co., 1898. 8 v. illus. maps. 
8°. cop. 230-237 

Copyright by The Gebbie pub. co., 
Philadelphia, '1898, nos. 19342, Mar. 24, 
and 29246-29252, May 11. 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 7. 

The Newport directory, 1898. . . Bos- 
ton, Sampson, Murdock & co., 1898. 
8-. cop. 238 

Copyright by Sampson, Murdock &, 
co., Boston. 1898, no. 41760, July 12. 
2 copies rec'd July 19. 

Nunez, J[ose] Abelardo. 

El lector americano, curso gradual 
de lecturas. Nueva ed. Destinada ai 
uso de las escuelas mexicanas. Libro 
primero. Nueva York, D. Appleton 
y co., 1898. 1 p. 1.. 172 pp., illus. pi. 
12°. cop. 239 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41242, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 

Omaha Trans-Mississippi and interna- 
tional exposition. 

A A C color photographs of the 
Trans-Mississippi and international ex- 
position, held at Omaha, Nebr., June 1 
to Nov. 1, 1898. Published by F. A. 
Rinehart, official photographer. [De- 
troit, Mich.] F. A. Rinehart, 1898. 1 
p. 1. 12 pi. obi. 4°. cop,_ 240 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 42685, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18. 

Omar Khayyam. 

The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, the 
astronomer poet of Persia, rendered 
into English verse by E. Fitzgerald; 
the text of the fourth ed. followed by 
that of the first, with notes showing 
the extent of his indebtedness to the 
Persian original, a biographical pref- 
ace, Fitzgerald's sketch of the life of 
Omar, and a foreword by T. Williams. 



163 

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Authors — Continued. 

Omar Khayyam — Continued. 

Philadelphia, H. T. Coates & co., 1898. 
lxxi, [1J, 75 pp. pi. sq. 16°. cop. 

241 
Copyright bv H. T. Coates & co., 
Philadelphia. "1898, no. 25350, Apr. 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 19. 

* O'Neill, Kate. 

Punctuation practically illustrated ; 
a manual for students and correspond- 
ents. New York, A. Lovell & co., 

1897. 151pp. 18°. cop. 242 
Copyright by K. O'Neill, Richmond, 

Va. 1894, no. 58541, Dec. 15. 2 copies 
rec'd June 22, 1898. 

Paget, R. L. comp. 

Poems of American patriotism, 1776- 

1898. Boston, L. C. Page & co., 1898. 
xvi pp., 11., 414 pp. 12°. cop. 243 

Copyright by L. C. Page &, co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no.' 43347, July 20. 2 copies 
rec'd July 20. 

Parker, W. Gordon. 

Six young hunters; or, The adven- 
tures of the Greyhound club ; with illus- 
trations by the author. Boston, Lee 
& Shepard, 1898. vi, 335 pp. illus. 
pi. 12 c . cop. 244 

Copyright by Lee & Shepard, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 30926, May 18. 2 copies 
rec'd July 18. 

"Pennsylvania railroad co. Passenger 
department. 

Summer excursion routes. 1898 . . . 
[Philadelphia, Allen, Lane & Scott, 
1898.] illus. map. 8°. cop. 245 

Copyright by the Pennsylvania rail- 
road co., Philadelphia. 1898, no. 31349, 
May 20. 2 copies rec'd June 24. 

Polk, R. L. & co. pub. 

R. L. Polk & co.'s St. Paul city di- 
rectory, 1898 ... [v. 34.] St. Paul, 
R. L. Polk & co., 1898. 8°. cop. 246 

Copyright bv R. L. Polk & co., St. 
Paul, Minn. ±898, no. 42966, July 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 18. 

"Pratt, Ella Farman. 

A dozen darlings and their doings. 
Boston, Lothrop pub. co. [1898. 21,] 
pp. illus. pi. 4°. cop. 247 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no.' 42218, July 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14. 

* Rader, Perry S. 

The civil government of the United 
States and the state of Missouri, and 
The history of Missouri from the ear- 
liest times to the present. Columbia, 



Authors — Continued. 

* Rader, Perry S. — Continued. 

Mo., E. W/Stephens, 1898. 4 p. 1., 427 
pp. illus. map. 12°. cop. 248 

Copyright by Perry S. Rader, Jeffer- 
son city, Mo. 1898, no. 41422, July 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 11. 
Rand, McNally & co. 

The Rand-McNally fourth reader. 
Chicago and New York, Rand, McNally 
& co. [1898.] 400 pp. illus. 12°. 
cop. 249 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 42893, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18. 
Reid. Christian, pseud. 

See [Tiernan, Mrs. Frances C. Fisher.] 
Richardson Wfilliam] P. 

Commercial law, specially arranged 
and adapted as a text-book for busi- 
ness colleges, commercial, and high 
schools; also as a reference book for 
the counting-room and business man. 
Baltimore, Sadler-Rowe co., 1898. 1 
p. 1., 121pp. 4°. cop. 250 

Copyright bv Warren H. Sadler, Bal- 
timore, Md. 1898, no. 14144,* Feb. 28. 
2 copies rec'd July 23. 

* Roberts, Charles G[eorge] D[ouglas]. 

The Canadian guidebook, complete 
in one volume. A guide to eastern 
Canada and Newfoundland . . . and 
western Canada to Vancouver's island. 
. . . New York. D. Appleton & co., 
1898. viii, 329 pp. illus. pi. maps. 
16°. cop. 251 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 41395, July 11. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 11. 
Rodeph Sholom, congregation. 

See Wise, Aaron. The temple service 
for the Sabbath and the festivals. 1897. 
Rollins, Montgomery. 

Tables showing the net return from 
bonds, stocks, and other investments 
paying interest semi-annually at the 
rates per annum of 3, 3.' , , I. I . : , 5, 6, and 
7% . . . 9th ed. Boston, M. Rollins. 
[1898] [105] pp. 16 . cop. 252 

Copyright by M. Rollins, Boston. 
1898, no. 41946, July 13. 2 copies rec'd 
July 19. 
Rowell, Mclvin W. 

Privates* handbook of military cour- 
tesy and guard duty : being paragraphs 
from authorized manuals with changes 
. . . according to recent modifica- 
tions . . . Kansas City, Mo., Hudson- 
Kimberly pub. vo.. 1898. 60 pp. illus. 
L6°. cop. 

Copyright by Hndson-Kimberly pub. 
co.. Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 28478, 
May 7. 2 copies rec'd July 23. 



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A uihoi's — Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



* Sadlier, Anna T. 

How Frank did it. That worthless 
lad. Little John . . . New York, 
C.Wildennann, 1898. 63 pp. 16°. cop. 
(The Catholic library, v. 28.) 254 

Copyright bv C. Wildermann, New 
York. 1898, do! 34599, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

WyvernHall. Teddy's luck. A con- 
trast . . . New York, C. Wilderrnann, 
1898, 61pp. 16°. cop. (The Catho- 
lic library, v. 18.) 255 
Copyright by C. Wildermann, New 
York. 1898, no. 31595, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

"Sadlier [Mary Aune Madden], Mrs. 
James Sadlier. 

The minister's wife, and other stories. 
New York, C. Wildermann, 1898. 64 
pp. 16 c . cop. (The Catholic library, 
v. 22.) 256 

Copyright by C. Wildermann, New 
York." 1898, no. 34597, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

O'Byrne : or, The expatriated. New 

York, C. Wildermann, 1898. 64 pp. 
16°. cop. (The Catholic library, v. 
12.) 257 

Copyright by C. Wildermann, New 
York. 1898, no. 34593, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 

Sanborn, Kate. 

My favorite lectures of long ago, for 
friends who remember. Boston, 1898. 



* Schultz, Jeanne — Continued. 
York and Boston, T. Y. Crowell & co. 



[1898] 2 p. 1., 229 pp. pi. 16- 



338 pp. 8°. cop. 



258 



Contents. 
Are women witty .' p. 309. 
Bachelor authors in types, p. 61. 
Christopher North and his friends, p. 141. 
Lady Morgan, p. 108. 
Madame de Genlis. p. 267. 
The old miracle plays, p. 174. 
Our early newspaper wits. p. 2L7. 
Spinster authors of England, p. 9. 

Copyright by Kate Sanborn, Metcalf, 
Mass. 1898, no. 22861, Apr. 11. 2 copies 
rec'd July 21. 

Schiller [Johanu Christoph] Friedrich 
[yon] 

Wilhelm Tell . . . Edited, with in- 
troduction, notes, and vocabulary, bv 
A. H. Palmer. New York, H. Holt & 
co.. 1898. lxxiv, 404 pp. pi. port. 



facsim. map. 16 c 



cop. 



259 



Copyright by H. Holt & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 29437, May 12. 2 copies 
rec'd July 19. 

Schultz, Jeanne. 

Saint Joseph ; or, The nine days' de- 
votions of Colette. Translated from 
the French by E. Y. Flanders. New 



cop. 
260 



Copyright by T. Y. Crowell & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 38990, June 27. 2 
copies rec'd June 27. 

* Scott. Sir Walter. 

The story of Rob Roy. Condensed 
for home and school reading by E. D. 
Harris. New York, D. Appleton & 
co., 1898. xi, 306 pp. pi. maps. 12°. 
cop. ( Appleton's home reading books.) 

261 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41259, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 11. 

* Seaver, James E. 

A narrative of the life of Mary Jemi- 
son; De-he- wii-iuis, the white woman 
of the Genesee. 6th eel., with geo- 
graphical and explanatory notes and 
appendix . . . and other interesting 
matter collected and arranged by W. 
P. Letchworth. New York and Lon- 
don, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1898. 300 
pp. illus. pi. port. 12°. cop. 262 

Copyright bv G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 37877, June 21. 2 
copies rec'd July 12. 

* Sharp & Alieman. comp. 

Sharp & Alieman co.'s lawyers' and 
bankers' directory for 1898, July ed. 
. . . Published semi-annually . . . 
Philadelphia, Sharp & Alieman, 1898. 
8°. cop. 263 

Copyright by Sharp &. Alieman co.. 
Philadelphia. *1898, no. 37924, June 21. 
2 copies rec'd July 1. 

Smith, William W. 

A condensed etymology of the Eng- 
lish language for common schools . . . 
New York, Cincinnati [etc.], Amer. 
book co. [1898] 195 pp. 12°. cop. 

264 
Copyright by E. S. Smith, United 
States. 1898, no. 39619, June 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 23. 

* South Dakota. Supreme court. 

Reports of cases decided . . . from 
the decisions of June 17, 1896, to and 
including the decisions of May 6, 1897 
... By R. W. Stewart, state reporter, 
v. 9. Pierre, Carter pub. co., 1898. 
8°. cop. 265 

Copyright by State of South Dakota. 
1898, no. 39243, June 28. 2 copies rec'd 
July 7. 
Spectator co. pub. 

See Handbook of life and accident 
insurance . . . 



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Authors — Continued. 

Spurgin, W[illia]rn F. 

Catecbismal edition of the infantry 
drill regulations, United States army 
. . . Kansas City, Mo., Hudson 
Kimberly pub. co., 1898. 64 pp. 16°. 
cop. 266 | 

Copyright by Hndson-Kimberly pub. ; 
co.. Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 28179, 
May 7. 2 copies rec'd July 23. 

Steele, J[oel] Dormau. 

The story of the rocks. Fourteen [ 
weeks in popular geology. Revised ed. j 
New York, Cincinnati [etc.], Anier. bk. i 
co. [1898] 280 pp. illus. map. 12°. i 
cop. 267 I 

Copyright by Esther B. Steele, U. S. i 
1898, no. 39622, June 30. 2 copies rec'd 
July 21. 

* Stoddard, William 0[sborn] 

Success against odds ; or, How a boy 
made his way. Illustrated by B. W. 
Clinedinst. New York, D. Appleton 
& co., 1898. 3 p. 1., 273 pp. pi. 8°. 
cop. 268 i 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., , 
New York. 1898, no. 10688, July 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 11. 

* Street, Emma C. 

As the twig is bent, and other stories. I 
New York, C. Wildermann, 1898. 
64 pp. 16°. cop. (The Catholic li- I 
brary. v. 17.) 269 

Copyright bv C. Wildermann, New 
York. 1898, no. 34594, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16. 
Terhune, William L. 

My friend, the captain; or, Two 
Yankees in Europe. A descriptive 
story of a tour of Europe. New 
York, G. W. Dillingham co., 1898. 2 
p.L, 278 pp. illus. port. 12°. cop. | 

270 

Copyright by W. L. Terhune, Boston. ' 
1898, no. 25599, Apr. 23. 2 copies rec'd 
July 16. 

* Thuma, Robert F. 

A new necessary science. A study 
for teaching or self-improvement. The 
grace of man . . . Pittsburgh, The 
Myers & Shinkle co., 1897. [12] 184 
pp. illus. pi. port. 4°. cop. 271 

Copyright by Robert F. Thuma, 
Pittsburg. 1897, no. 34336, June 7. 2 
copies rec'd May 28, 1898. 

[Tiernan, Mrs. Frances C. Fisher] 

The chase of an heiress. By Christian 
Reid [pseud.] New York and London, 
G. P. Putnam's sons, 1808. 1 p. l..iii, 
261 pp. 12°. coj). 272 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 13338, J uly 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 20. 



A uthor8— Continued. 

Tirebuck, W[illiam] Edwards. 

Meg of the scarlet foot; a novel. 
New York and London, Harper &. bros., 
1898. iii, [1], 1 1., 419, [1] pp. 12-. 
cop. 273 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New- 
York. 1898, no, 36813, June 15. 2 copies 
rec'd June 24. 

Troeger, John W. 

Nature-study readers, v. 2, Harold's 
rambles. New York, D. Appleton & 
co., 1898. illus. 12°. cop. (Apple- 
ton's home reading hooks.) 274 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41260, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 22. 

* Turner's Androscoggin county direc- 

tory . . . [no. 4] 1898-1899. Au- 
burn, Me., A. R. Turner pub. co., 1898. 
8°. cop. 275 

Copyright by A. R. Turner pub. co.. 
Auburn, Me. 1898, no. 41981, July 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 13. 

* Turner's Skowhegan, Norridgewock and 

Madison directory . . . 1898-1899. 
[no. 1] Auburn, Me., A. R. Turner 

pub. co., 1898. 8°. cop. 276 

Copyright by A. R. Turner pub. co., 
Auburn, Me. 1898, no. 41983, July 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 13. 

* [Tuttiett, Miss Mary Gleed] 

The house of hidden treasure. By 

Maxwell Gray [pseud.] New York. 

D. Appleton '& co., 1898. 1 p. 1.. 126 

pp. 12°. cop. L'77 

Irupft. wanting pp. 127. 

Copyright by D. Appleton £ co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 41213. July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 16. 

United States. Court* of appeals. 

. . . Reports, v. 51. Cases adjudged 
in the United States circuit court of 
appeals for the second circuit ar 
October term. 1896, and October term. 
1897. S. A. Blatchford, reporter. Offi- 
cial ed. New York and Albauv. Hanks 
& bros.. 1898. 8°. cop. 27S 

Copyright by Banks A: bros., New 
York. ' 1898, no. 1 1001. J ul\ 23. 2 copies 
rec'd July 23. 

. . . Reports, v. 49, Cases adjudged 

in the United States circuit court of 
appeals for the eighth circuit at 
December term. 1896, and May term. 
1897. Official ed. s. A. Blatohford, 
reporter. New York and Albany. 
Banks <V bros.. L898, S . cop. 279 

Copyright by Banks A bros.. New 
York. 1S98. no. 38299, .hu-.e 23. 2 
I'opies rec'd July 16. 



166 

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Authors — Continued. 

Vyuue, Harold R. 

Love letters; a romance in corre- ! 
spondence. New York, Zimmerman's, [ 
1898. 2 p. L, 170 pp. illns. pi. 18°. 
cop. (Zimmerman's pocket library.) 

280 | 
Copyright by Zimmerman's, New | 
York. 1897, no. 71770, Dec. 21. 3 copies 
rec'd July 16, 1898. 

*Waite's Newburgh city directory for 
1898. . . . Newburgh, N. Y. ; L. P. 
AVaite & co., 1898. 8°. cop. 281 | 

Copyright by L. P. Waite & co., New- 
burgh, N. Y. 1898, no. 38988, June 27. | 
2 copies rec'd July 2. 

Wallbridge, William Gedney. comp. 

Desceudents of Henry Wallbridge, 
who married Anna Amos, December 
25th, 1688, at Preston, Conn., with some 
notes on the allied families of Brush, 
Fassett, Dewey, Forbes, Gager, Leh- 
man, Meech, Safford, Scott. [Phila- 
delphia, Franklin print co., 1898.] ! 
369 pp. pi. port. map. 4°. cop. 282 I 

Copyright by W. G. Wallbridge, ! 
Litcb field, Conn. 1898, no. 35591, June 
10. 2 copies rec'd July 22. 

[Walton, William]. 

The army and navy of the United 
States; 1776-1898. Parts 3-5. Boston, 
Philadelphia [etc.], G. Barrie & son, ! 
1898. illus. pi. fol. cop. 283-285. 

Copyright by G. Barrie &. son, Bos- ! 
ton. '1898, no. 43826-28, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 23. 
Warneford, Lieut, pseud. 

See [Gunter, Archibald Clavering]. 
Wells, Amos R. 

Citizens in training. A manual of i 
Christian citizenship. Boston and 

Chicago, United society of Christian 
endeavor. [1898.] 1 p. 1., 105 pp. 16°. 
cop. (Our workers' library.) 286 

Copyright by United society of Chris- \ 
tian endeavor, Boston. 1898,' no. 36724, 
June 15. 2 copies rec'd July 21. 

* White, Norman H. 

A few trimmings from a binder of 
books. Boston [1898.] 1 p. 1., 24, 
[1] pp. 16°. cop. 287 I 

Copyright by Norman H. White, 
Brookline, Mass. 1898, no. 40687, July 
6. 2 copies rec'd July 9. 

Williams's Cincinnati directory . . . j 
June, 1898. 48th annual issue. Cin- 
cinnati, Cincinnati directory office, 
[1898.] 8°. cop. 288 

Copyright by Williams & co., Cin- 
cinnati. "1898,'no. 35876, Juue 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 21. 



Authors — Continued. 

Winchell, Alexander. 

Walks and talks in the geological 
field; revised and edited by F.Starr. 
Meadville, Pa., New York [etc.], Flood 
and Vincent, 1898. 353 pp. illus. pi. 
12°. cop. (Chautauqua reading cir- 
cle literature.) 289 

Copyright by Flood & Vincent, Mead- 
ville, Pa. 1898, no. 39002, June 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 18. 
Wise, Aaron. 

. . . The temple service for the Sab- 
bath and the festivals, v. 1. Arranged 
for the congregation Rodeph Sholom; 
revised bv R. Grossman. New York 
[P. Co wen] 1897. 353 pp. 12°. cop. 290 

Copyright by the congregation 
Rodeph Sholom, New York. 1897, no. 
23267, Anr. 12. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 
1898. 

* Wisser, John P. 

Explosive materials; the phenomena 
and theories of explosion, and the 
classification, constitution, and prepa- 
ration of explosives. New York, D. 
Van Nostrand co., 1898. vi, 145, 15 pp. 
16°. cop. (Van Nostrand science 
series, no. 70.) 291 

Copyright bv D. Van Nostrand co., 
New York. 1898, no. 40685, July 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 8. 
Woodbury. Walter E. 

The encyclopaedic dictionary of 
photography; containing over 2,000 
references and 500 illustrations. New 
York, The Scovill & Adams co., 1898. 
536 pp. illus. pi. fol. cop. 292 

Copyright by The Scovill & Adams 
co. of New York. 1895, no. 66935, Dec. 
31. 2 copies rec'd June 22, 1898. 

* Wright, Julia MacNair. 

Astronomy; the sun and his family. 
Philadelphia,' The Penn pub. co., 1898. 
203 pi), pi. 18°. cop. 293 

Copyright bv The Perm pub. co., 
Philadelphia. T898, no. 42226, July 14. 
2 copies rec'd July 14. 
Wright's directory of Milwaukee for 1898. 
. . . v. 45. Milwaukee, A. G. Wright. 
1898. 8°. cop. 294 

Copyright by A. G. Wright, Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 1898, no. 39369, June 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 21. 

* Zuckerkandl, Otto. 

Atlas and epitome of operative sur- 
gery; authorized translation from the 
German; edited bv J. C. Da Costa . . . 
Philadelphia. W. B. Saunders, 1898. 395 
pp. illus. pi. 12°. cop. 295 

Copyright bv W. B. Saunders, Phila- 
delphia. 1898,' no. 33393, May 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 10. 



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(Classified under the term "Books,' - according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
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Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



A B C of the teeth. 159 

Copyright by Colgate & co., New 
York. " 1898, no. 43148. July 19. 2 cop- 
ies ree'd July 19, 1898. 

Across the Atlantic. 160 

Copyright by Emil L. Boas, New 
York. * 1898, no.'l0990,* Feb. 11. 2 cop- 
ies ree'd July 23, 1898. 

*Adams (The) plan. Explanation. 161 
Copyright by C. F. Adams co., Erie, 
Pa. 1898. no. 29406, May 11. 2 copies 
ree'd May 11, 1898. 

* Illustrated catalogue. 162 

Copyright by C. F. Adams co.. Erie, 
Pa. 1*898. no. 29405, May 11. 2 copies 
ree'd May 11. 1898. 

Are you always on time? 163 

Copyright by Mercantile clearing 
house,' Boston. '1898, no. 41496, July 11. 
2 copies ree'd July 18, 1898. 

Arithmetic. Key. 4th ed. 164 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898, no. 41935, July 13. 2 cop- 
ies ree'd July 20, 1898. 

pt 1. 1A. Instruction paper. 6th 

ed. 165 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898, no. 38093, June 22. 2 cop- 
ies ree'd July 20, 1898. 

pt. 2. Instruction paper. 6th ed. 

166 
Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton. Pa. 1898, no. 40791, July 7. 2 cop- 
ies ree'd July 20, 1898. 

* pts. 1 and 2. Key. 3d ed. 167 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co.. Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898,' no. 40449, .1 uly 5. 2 cop- 
ies ree'd July 15,1898. 

pt. 1. Question paper. 6th ed. 168 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898, no. 41936, July 13. 2 cop- 
ies ree'd July 20, 1898. 

* Bankrupt law of 1898. With index. 169 
Copyright by Clarke & Courts, Gal- 
veston, Tex. 1898, no. 12901, July 18. 
2 copies ree'd July 16, 1898. 

Battle (The) of Chattanooga (as offi- 
cially designated). 170 
Copyright by C. W. Norwood, Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. 1898. no. 27303. Apr. 30. 
2 copies ree'd July 22, 1898. 



Battle (The) of Chickamauga, in its en- 
tirety of thirty-six hours' duration, 
etc. 171 

Copyright by C.W. Norwood, Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. 1898, no. 27301, Apr. 30. 
2 copies ree'd July 22, 1898. 

Battle (The) of Manila. In the bay of 

Manila, in the Philippine island. 172 

Copyright by Meyer Levenson, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. *1898, no. 34311, June 4. 

2 copies ree'd July 20, 1898. 

Charter and constitution of the modern 

order of Praetorians. 173 

Copyright by Will G. Brown, Dallas, 

Tex. 1898, no* 40440, July 5. 2 copies 

ree'd July 21, 1898. 

Chickamauga (The) and Chattanooga 
campaign and battlefields. 174 

Copyright by C.W. Norwood, Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. 1<^98, no. 27300, Apr. 30. 
2 copies ree'd July 22, 1898. 

Chickamauga and Chattanooga cam- 
paigns and battlefields. (Book of bat- 
tles.) 175 
Copyright by C. W. Norwood, Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. 1898, no. 27299, Apr. 30. 
2 copies ree'd July 22, 1898. 

Cocktails, and how to make them. 176 
Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence, R. I. 1898, no. 13042. 
July 21. 2 copies ree'd July 21, 1898. 

* Confidential terms and information to 

our salesmen. 177 

Copyright by Seymour M. Hermann. 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 26490, Apr. 
28. 2 copies ree'd May 7. 1898. 

* Coupon contract of insurance for acci- 

dents in travel and to cyclists, and for 
notification of accidents. 178 

Copyright by United States casualty 
co., New York. 1898. no. 10028. July 5. 
2 copies ree'd July 5, 1898. 

Cnmmings (St. J.) Staves of the Triple 

Alliance. L79 

Copyright by St. James CumminffB, 

Charleston, S. C. 1898, no. 10526, July 

5. 2 copies ree'd July 23, 1898. 

*Cuyler (Theodore L.) Well-built plain 

talks to young people. L80 

Copyright h\ United society of Chris- 

fcion endeavor. Boston. 1808. no. 36*288, 

June U. 2 oopies reo'd June LI, 1898. 



168 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Ti 1 1 es — C ontin ued. 

Darr (F. J. A.) Handbook of Spanish 
words and phrases for the use of onr 
officers and enlisted men in the war 
with Spain. 181 

Copyright by Mrs. Francis J. A. Darr. 
1898, no. 12224,' Jnlv 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 18, 1898. 

Don't be alarmed. 182 

Copyright by Mercantile clearing- 
house, Boston. 1898. no. 41495, July 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 18. 1898. 

Doyle (A. Conan). "Pound the fire." 
Chap. 3. The story of the lost 
special. 183 

Copyright by George Xewnes, lt'd., 
London. 1898. no. 43744, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd Jnly 22, 1898. 

*Dressel(C.M.F.) Amaryllideae. 184 
Copyright by C. M. F. Dressel, New 
York/ 1898, no. 24230.* Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1898. 

Egbert (A. J.) The Hamilton dollar. 185 
Copyright by H. W. Coleman, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 40209, Jnly 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 18. 



Electricity. Lesson no. 9. 186 

Copyright bv J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia, T898, no. 44016, July 23. 
2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

"Emblem of freedom. 187 

Copyright by Benjamin Kepner, De- 
lair. X. J. 1898. no.' 32044, May 23. 2 
copies rec'd May 23,-1898. 

Evangeline, [In Premium ed. nos. 49 
and 50.] 188 

Copyright by A. Xielen, Cincinnati. 
Ohio. 1898, no". 13081. Feb. 23. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Evans (M.) Eureka. 189 

Copyright by Matt Evans. Oshkosh, 
Wis. 1898. no. 37347. June 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Eyesight (The), its care and preserva- 
tion. 190 

Copyright by F. A. Williams, Boston. 
1898, no. 43791, July 22. 2 copies rec'd 
July 22, 1898. 



Fact fixers. 



191 



Copyright by Mills Whittlesey, Tren- 
ton. N. J. 1898. no. 42503, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 18. 1898. 

Fisk (D. C.) A hot time in Cuba, 192 
Copyright by D. C.Fisk, Milwaukee, 
Wis. 1898.no. 42679. July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

- Forms. [12th annual ser. circulating li- 
brary.] 193 
Copyright by H. Parmelee, Chicago. 
1898, no. 25798*, Apr. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
June 9, 1898. 

Frye (Charles L.) " Quickstep;" the 

story of a remarkable self-cure. 194 

Copyright by Frye's remedy co., 

Boston. 1898, no. 43153, July "l9. 2 

copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

* Geometric calendar. 8-J- x 5|. 195 

Copyright by Selah Reeve, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 1898, no. 26310% Apr. 27. 
2 copies rec'd June 18, 1898. 

Gibbud(H. B.) The missing link. 196 
Copyright bv Henry B. Gibbud, 
Springfield, Mass. 1898, no. 43354, July 
20. 2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

* Gildersleeve (Basil L.), Lodge (Gonza- 
lez). Gildersleeve's Latin grammar. 
School ed. 197 

Copyright by University pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 37557, June 18. 2 
copies rec'd June 18, 1898. 

Giles (W.S.) More light. 198 

Copyright by Winfred S. Giles, Pat- 
erson,X.J. 1898. no. 42674, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Good and evil. U. S. moral records. An 
open record. 199 

Copyright by John Danner, Canton, 
Ohio. ' 1898. no. 42911, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Hearn (X.) Seeking Christ; or, Inci- 
dents and selections pertaining to con- 
version. 200 
Copyright by Xaunie Hearn, Pelham, 
Ga. 1898, no. 30951, May 18. 2 copies 
rec'd July 23, 1898. 



Hog logic. 



201 



Copyright by Lewis H. Kimball. Mo- 
line, 111. 1898, no. 14948, Mar. 3. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

*Holbert (Charles). To the end of the 
world. Anti-Christ. 202 

Copyright by C. Holbert, St. Mathias, 
Minn. 1898. no. 18258, Mar. 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 25, 1898. 

Illustrated catalogue and price list. no. 
11. Production in saddlery hardware. 

203 

Copyright bv Eberhard mfg. co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 1898, no. 43662, July 

21. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 



169 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued . 



Illustrated circular and price list of 

Mott's sanitary ware for stables. 204 

Copyright by J. L. Mott iron works, 

New York. 1898, no. -1 4072, July 23. 2 

copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Inorganic chemistry. Instruction paper. 
Book 7. pt. 1. 205 

Copyright by Electrical eng. insti- 
tute of cor res. instruct., New York. 
1898, no. 43403, July 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 

Instruction paper. Book 7. pt. 2. 

206 
Copyright by Electrical eng. insti- 
tute of corres. instruct., iNew York. 
1898, no. 43404, July 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 

Question paper. Book 7. no. 1. 207 

Copyright by Electrical eng. insti- 
tute of corres. instruct., New York. 
1898, no. 43402, July 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 

pt. 2. 208 

Copyright by Electrical eng. insti- 
tute of corres. instruct., New York. 
1898, no. 43401, July 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 

* Jennings (J. L.) The New Testament 
church. 8°. Corsicana, Tex., Mc- 
Key's owl printing house. 1898. 209 
Copyright by J. L. Jennings, Bazette, 
Tex. 1898, no. 11231, Feb. 12. 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 5, 1898. 

Lambert hoisting engine co., successors to 
W.A.Crook & bro.'sco., manufactur- 
ers of high-grade hoisting engines and 
boilers. 210 

Copyright by Lambert hoisting en- 
gine co., Newark, N. J. 1898, no. 43399, 
July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

*Leighton's ready reference. 211 

Copyright by C. H. Leighton, Wal- 
tham, Mass. 1898, no. 36815, June 15. 
2 copies rec'd June 15, 1898. 

Liberty (The) or Independence bell. 212 
Copyright by N. W. Ayer & son, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 38050, June 21. 
2 copies rec'd June 21, 1898. 

Lightning arresters for alternating cur- 
rent high potential power transmission 
circuits. Catalogue no. 169-B. Circu- 
lar no. 38-B. 213 
Copyright by Westinghouse electric 
and mfg. co., Pittsburg, Pa. 1898.no. 
42686, July 16. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 
1898. 



Loy (Daniel Oscar). Pat's patriotic so- 
liloquy. 214 
Copyright by D. O. Loy, Atkinson, 
111. 1898, no. 42972, July 18. 2 copies 
rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Metallurgical and mining machinery. 

Catalogue no. 5. 215 

Copyright by Union iron works, San 

Francisco, Cal. 1898, no. 43356, July 20. 

2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Millen (J. C.) French satin, jr. 216 

Copyright by J. C. Millen, Denver, 

Colo. 1898, no. 43155, July 19. 2 copies 
rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Miller (A.M.) Geography of Kentucky. 

217 
Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1898, no. 37889. June 21. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. ' 

Modern (A) business proposition. 218 

Copyright by E. H. Campbell & E. 

B. Harang, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 

38701, June 25. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 

1898. 

* Normal (The) vertical writing. 219 

Copyright by F. L. Haeberle, Millers- 
ville, Pa. 1898, no. 32596, May 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Norman tailor system. Centennial pat- 
tern, no. 15. Improved. June, 1898. 

220 
Copyright by Mrs. N. K. Norman, St. 
Louis, Mo. 1898, no. 38258, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Omaha (The) trust book. 221 

Copyright by O. Q. Beckworth, 
Omaha, Nebr. 1898, no. 37830, J une 20. 
2 copies rec'd June 20, 1898. 

Panel boards, feeder boards, etc. Cata- 
logue B. Zimdars & Hunt. 222 

Copyright by John T. Hunt. New 
York. * 1898. no. 42239. J ulv 14. 2 copies 
rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Philadelphia (Gopsill's street guide of). 

Pocket ed. 223 

Copyright by James Gopsill's sons, 

Philadelphia, 1898, no. 41432, July 11. 

2 eopies rec'd July 18. 1898. 

Ram age (G, 'NY.') " Admiral Dewey's ad- 
dress bo his fleet." (Just before the 
battle of Manila. May 1. L898.) 224 

Copyright bv Georgo Wood Ramage, 

Chicago/ 1898. no. 39377. June 29. I 1 
copies reo'd July IS. 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

*Keference (The) book and associate re- 
ports. 225 
Copyright by Carpet and Upholstery 
ass'n, Xew York. 1898, no. 35543, June 
9. 2 copies rec'd June 10, 1898. 

Roster of Union and Confederate troops. 

226 

Copyright by C. W. Norwood, Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. 1898, no. 27302, Apr. 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Royal Arcanum confessions. Rev. ed. 

227 
Copyright by F.C.Oviatt, Fhiladel- 
phia. * 1898, no. 41687, July 12. 2 copies 
rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to nos. 22 
and 23. Nevada decisions. 228 

Copyright by Frank Sbepard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 43676, July 21. 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Supplement to v. 42. West Va. de- 
cisions. 229 
Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 43675. July 21. 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Supplement to vols. 107, 108, 109. 

Michigan decisions. 230 

Copyright by Frank Sbepard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 42973, July 18. 2 copies 
rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Stereo field glasses. 231 

Copyright by Bausch & Lomb optical 
co., Rochester, N. Y. 1898, no. 42913. 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Stoddard (S. R.) Adirondack memories. 

232 
Copyright by S. R. Stoddard, Glen 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 44650, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Historic Lake Cbamplain. 233 

Copyright by S. R. Stoddard, Glen 
Falls, N. Y. 1898. no. 44651, July 26. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Sunray heater. August circular, 1898. 

234 
Copyright by J. L. Mott iron works, 
New York. 1898, no. 43678, July 21. 
2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

* Topics of the times. 235 

Copyright by Jobn T. McRov, 
Chicago. 1898,^0. 40627, July 5. "2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Trustworthy information, illustrated, 
about an easily learned, swiftly writ- 
ten, certainly read sborthand. 236 
Copyright by D. Kimball, Chicago. 
1898, no. 32866, May 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 18, 1898. 

United States courts of appeals, reports. 

v. 40. July 15, 1898. 237 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 

York. 1898, no". 44011, July 23. 2 copies 

rec'd July 23, 1898. 

*Yance's battle of nations. 238 

Copyright by S. J. Vance, Aurora, 
Mo. 1898, no. 32263, May 24. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Wadsworth (C, jr.). 

Heating, ventilating, and sanitary 
equipment of a modern hotel. 239 

Copyright by C. "Wadsworth, jr.. New 
York. ' 1898, no. 42510. July 15. ' 2 copies 
rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Werner-Spauhoofd (Arnold) . 

Practical lessons on German syn- 
onyms, no. 2. 240 
Copyright by Germania pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 41315. July 9. 2 copies 
rec'd July 21. 1898. 



I.-BOORS-(:i) NEWSPAPER AN» MAGAZHE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Advance force's position. 196 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39701, * June 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Advance (The) to Juragua. 197 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. ' 1898. no. 39281, * June 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 28, 1898. 



Altsheler (J. A.) 

The last rebel. 198 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 'l898, no. 43644, July 21. 
2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

"Amapala's (The) bold plan. 199 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. 1898. no' 39294, # June 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 28, 1898. 



171 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

At a country fair. 200 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 42985, July 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* Attempted dash by Cervera. 201 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 39694,* June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Bab in the country. 202 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 42977, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Barr (R.) The Countess Tekla. A tale, 
chaps. 19 and 20. Sunny south, July 
23, 1898. 203 

Copyright by Robert Barr, London, 
England. 1898, no. 16747, Mar. 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

chaps. 28 (continued), 29, 30, 31, and 

32. 204 

Copyright by Robert Barr, London, 
England. 1898, no. 16747, Mar. 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

* Battle expected to-morrow. 205 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39699, * June 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Black (P. Y.) Old hearts aflame. 206 
Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 1898, no. 42727, Julv 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

The sergeant of the guard. 207 

Copyright by P. Y. Black, U. S. 1898, 
no. 39092, June 27. 2 copies rec'd July 
21, 1898. 

Camp (W. M.) Switch protection (con- 
cluded). (Notes on track. 63.) 208 
Copyright by VV. M. Camp, Chicago. 
1898, no. 42276, July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 18, 1898. 

Chambers (R. W.) Ashes of empire. 

chaps. 26, 27, and 28. 209 

Copyright by Robert W. Chambers, 

New York. 1898, no. 24169, Apr. 16. 2 

copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

*Ckesney (W.) and Munro (A.) John 

Topp. pirate, chaps. 4-7. 210 

Cop3 T right by S. S. McClure co., New 

York. 1898, no. 40928, J illy 8. 2 copies 

rec'd July 14, 1898. 

chaps. 8 and 9. 211 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York/ 1898, no. 40928. J uly 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 16,1898. 

4471_y l. 10, No. 3 2 



Titles — Continued. 

*Chesney (W.) and Munro (A.) John 

Topp, pirate, chaps. 10-13. 212 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 

York. 1898, no. 40928, July 8. 2 conies 

rec'd July 19, 1898. 

chaps. 14 and 15. 213 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 1898, no. 40928, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Clark (Kate Upson). The drowning of 

Chubb. 214 

Copyright by Internal lit. and news 

service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 42996, 

July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Curiosities. 215- 

Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 43745, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

De Leon (T. C.) The deputy groom. 216 
Copyright by T. C. DeLeon, U. S. 
1898, no. 42987, July 18. 2 copies rec'd 
July 18, 1898. 

* Dewey awaiting troops. 217 

Copyright by Associated press, New* 
York. 1898, no. 39697,* June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

*Does not block the harbor. 218 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, lio. 39693/ June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Fashions of New York. Some little 
things which make the well-dressed 
woman. 219 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 42989, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Gallon (T.) A game of Quixotism. 220 
Copyright by Tom Gallon, U. S. 1898, 
no. 39096, June 27. 2 copies rec'd July 
21, 1898. 

*Garcia's army arrives. 221 

Copyright by Associated press. \e\\ 
York. 1898, no. 39695,* June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30. 1898. 

Geography: Trade centers of the world. 
[Chicago record's home study circle. ] 

222 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1898. no'. 38764, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd .Inly 20. 1898. 

Giants are no longer supreme in the grer t 

athletic world. 223 

Copyright by American press ass'n. 

New York. L898, no. 42991, July 18. 2 

copies rec'd July 18. 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Gravdon (W. M.) The Borneo orangou- 
tang. 224 
Copyright bv "William Murray Grav- 
don, London. ' 1898, no. 42726, July 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Griffith (G.) The finding of Diamond 

Pan. 225 

Copyright by George Griffith, U. S. 

1898, no. 39093, June 27. 2 copies rec'd 

July 21. 

Halphen (G.) Colors and varnishes. 226 
Copyright by G. B. Heckel, Philadel- 
phia, " 1898, no. 44078, July 23. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

;* Havana gay and hungry. 227 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York.' 1898, no. 39292, * June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 

Hep worth (G. H.) Would you be young 
again ? 228 

Copyright by George H. Hep worth, 



U. S. 1898, no. 39095, June 27, 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 



cop- 



How captured cities are held. 229 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 42980, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd .July 18, 1898. 

Hurst (G. H.) The practical color maker. 

230 
Copyright by George H. Hurst, Man- 
chester, England. 1898. no. 43982, July 
23. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Hyne (C.) Pirating of the Shah. 231 
Copyright by Cutcliffe Hvne, Lon- 
don, Eng. 1898, no. 38986, June 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Immediate page. For July 24, 1898. 232 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 

service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 

43424, July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 

1898. 

*In sight of Santiago. 233 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39296*, June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 

Intercollegiate rowing situation. 234 

Copyright by American press ass'n. 
New York. 1898, no. 42982, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Interest aroused by the fight. 235 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39283*, June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 

Kester(P.) Mrs. Hearne's chauvies. 236 
Copyright by Paul Kester, U. S. 
1898. no. 39097. June 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 21, 1898. ' 



* Landing the army a big feat. 237 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 39698*, June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Lectures on astrouomy. no. 172. July 
20, 1898. [Chicago record's home-study 
circle.] 238 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no'. 38765, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

* Lectures on health and hygiene, no. 

167. July 14, 1898. [Chicago record's 
home- study circle.] 239 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no' 38760, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

no. 173. July 21, 1898. [Chicago 

record's home-study circle.] 240 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no' 38766, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Line (The) of march to Santiago. 241 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39280*. June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 

Literature. Popular living authors, no. 
169. July 16, 1898. [Chicago record's 
home-study circle.] 242 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 38762, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

*Live topics of Berlin. 243 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39290*, June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 

* Location of Cervera's fleet. 244 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39703*, June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. - 

Loch (G.) The adventures of an ambas- 
sador, no. 10. A declaration of war. 

245 
Copyright by Howard, Ainslee & co. 
New York. 1898, no. 43829, July 22. I 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. ' 

M Quad page. For July 24, 1898. 246 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 

service, Irvington. N. Y. 1898, no. 

43425. July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 

1898. 

*MaTines at Camp M'Calla. 247 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39706*, June 30. 2 cop- 
| ies rec'd June 30, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Mas (E.) Linseed oil. chap. 19. 248' 
Copyright by Ernest Mas. New York. 
1898, no. 18011* Mar. 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 21, 1898. 

National meet of the L. A. W. is to be 

held at Indianapolis. 249 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 42990, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Ofiiener Schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

auipfer. no. 237. 250 

Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland, Ohio. 1898, no. 42976, 

July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Offener Schreibebrief von Philipp Sauer- 
ampfer's vetter, John Stramper. 251 
Copyright by H. H. Coleman, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 1898, no. 43409, July 20. 
2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898, 

Cue life is enough. 252 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 42988, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18. 1898. 

* Opposing (The) forces. 253 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39288*, June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 



Romances of war. 



260 



Our Paris fashion letter. 



254 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898. no. 42986, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Popular studies in architecture, no. 170. 
July 18, 1898. [Chicago record's home- 
study circle.] 255 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no". 38763, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Eeed (Thomas B.) Man's history. For 
July 24, 1898. 256 

Copyright by Internal lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 
43423, July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 
1898. 

( Eioting in Porto Rico. Nine slain. 257 
Copyright by W. R, Hearst, New 
York. * 1898, no. 43710, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Rita. A daughter of the people, chaps. 

6, 7, and 8. 258 

Copyright by Rita, London, England. 

1898, no. 35827,' June 11. 2 copies rec'd 

July 19, 1898. 

- chaps. 9, 10, and 11. 259 

Copyright by Rita. London, England. 
1898," no. 35827, June 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 23, 1898. 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 42984, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 1-, 1898. 

* Roseate story of Havana. 261 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39702*, June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Ross (C.) The two doors. The rebel, 

the tory, and the spy. 262 

Copyright by Clinton Ross, U. S. 

1898, no. 39094, June 27. 2 copies rec'd 

July 21, 1898. 

* Rough riders prove heroes. 263 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
Y'ork. 1898, no. 39284,' June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 

Russel (Alfred). The development of 
the law as illustrated by the decisions 
relating to the police powers of the 
state. 264 

Copyright by Detroit legal news, 
inc., Detroit, Mich. 1898, no. 42993, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Sailor Sharkey versus "Kid" M'Coy. 265 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 42983, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* " St. Paul" halts a steamer. 266 

Copyright by Associated pTess, New 
York.' 1898, no. 39279/ June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 

* Sampson's fleet waiting. 267 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 39287,^ June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 

Sampsons' (The) home. 268 

Copyright bv American pros ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 12978, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* San Domingo's president. 269 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York.' 1S98, no. 39291,* June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28. 1898. 

Sanderson (James Gardner). Every se\ en 
years. For July 20. L898. 270 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N.Y. 1898.no. 
July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20. 1898. 

* Santiago (A) journal's news. 27J 

Copyright by Associated press, V w 
York.' 1898. no. 39285/ June 38, 2 
copies reo'd June 28. 18: 8. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Scott (W. G.) A systematic method of 
testing varnish, japans, fixed oils, lu- 
bricating oils, spirits, syrups, etc. 272 
Copyright by G. B. Heckel. Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 44079, July 23. 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Sewell (Franklane L.) Movable shelter, 
fattening boxes, pens for moulting, ex- 
hibition stock. (In Poultry herald, 
June, 1898. ) 273 

Copyright by Webb pub. co., St. 
Paul, Minn. 1898, no. 43838, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Shatter (Gen.) at the front. 274 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39704/ June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

Sheldon (C. M.) The redemption of 
Freetown, chap. 3. 275 

Copyright by United society of chris- 
tian endeavor, Boston. 1898, no. 37119, 
June 17. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

*Sondley (F. A.) Asheville's centenary. 

276 
Copyright by Citizen co., Asheville, 
N. C. '1898, no/l0058/ Feb. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 14, 1898. 

* Spanish reinforcements. 277 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39277, * June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 

* Spanish (A) spy captured. 278 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39696/ June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

* Spanish supplies at St. Pierre. 279 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39289," June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 
Spam's seacoast cities. 280 

Copyright bv American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 42979, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 
Special page. For July 24, 1898. 281 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898. no. 43427, 
July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 
Spofford (Harriet Prescott). The Span- 
ish spy. 282 
Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 42995, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 
Staunarcl (H. E. V.) His way and hers, 
chaps. 1, 2, 3, and 4. 283 
Copyright by Henrietta Eliza 
Vaughau Stamiard, London. 1898, no. 
43746, July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 23, 
1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Terrible wounds inflicted. 284 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39705/ June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

* Terror reigns at Havana. 285 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 39700/ June 30. 2 
copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 



Things agents should know. 



286 



Copyright by Insurance press, New 
York. 1898, no. 27816, May 3. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Timely page. For July 24, 1898. 287 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 43430, 
July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Tracy (L.) The lost provinces, chaps. 
1-7. 288 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. " 1898, no. 29417, May 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

chaps. 8 and 9. 289 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. " 1898, no. 29417, May 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, July 14, 1898.) 290 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 42997, July 

18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

July 15, 1898. 291 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 42998, July 

18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

July 16, 1898. 292 

Copyright by Kansas Citv star co., 
Kansas Citv, Mo. 1898, no. 43173, July 

19. 2 copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

July 18, 1898. 293 

Copyright by Kansas Citv star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 43691, July 

21. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

July 19, 1898. 294 

Copyright bv Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 43839, July 

22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

July 20, 1898. 295 

Copyright by Kansas Citv star co., 
Kansas Citv, Mo. 1898, no. 44103, July 

23. 2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

* Tried to destroy a railroad. 296 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 39278/ June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Valor of the marines. 



297 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898. no. 39286,* June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 



Yictorv of invaders. 



298 



Copyright by Associated press, New 
York." 1898, no. 39282,* June 28. 2 
copies rec'd June 28, 1898. 

Warman(C) Wakalona. 299 

Copyright bv Cv Warman, U. S. 
1898, no. 39098, June 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 21,1898. 



Watson and his fleet. 



300 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 42981, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Wells (Win, H.) In Cuban affairs the 
United States have adhered to their 
traditional doctrines. 301 

Copyright by Detroit legal news, inc., 
Detroit, Mich.' 1898, no. 42992. July 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Woman's page. Eor July 24, 1898. 302 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 

service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 

43428, July 20. " 2 copies rec'd July 20, 

1898. 

Young (F.G.) The story of little Eva. 

303 
Copyright by Fred Grant Young, 
Richfield Springs. N. Y. 1898, no. 42975, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Youth's page. For July 24, 1898. 304 
Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 43426, 
July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically b'y titles. For index of proprietors see end of Cataloguf.) 



Darkey (The) breaok-of-promise case. 
A nigger liioek trial. By J. Barnes. 12 

Copyright bv Dick & Fitzgerald, 
New York. 1898, no. 35905, June 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Martinique (A) love story 
Lamprey. 



By Lunette 
13 



Copyright bv L. Lamnrey, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 1898, no. 43792, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Miss Cleopatra. A farce in 3 acts. 
(Adapted from "Les amours de Cleo- 
patra.") By Arthur Shirley. 14 

Copyright by Samuel French, New 
York. 1898, no. 43122, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19,1898. 



* Paddy Doyle; or, A mutual friend. An 

Irish farce in 1 act and 1 scene. By P. 
A. Waidron. 15 

Copyright by Dick & Fitzgerald, 
New York. 1898, no. 35906, June 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Spain v. Cuba and United States ; or, 
Cuba in peril. Military drama in 6 
acts. By G.P. Brahm. ' 16 

Copyright by G. P. Brahm, Aurora. 
Nebr. 1898, no. 33097, Ma v 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* Ten nights in a bar room. A temper- 

ance drama in 5 acts. Bv Win, AY. 
Pratt. 17 

Copyright by Dick & Fitzgerald, 
New York. 1898, no. 14759. Mar. 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC patkhnder and dial. July 18, 
1898. (Kec'd July 18, 1898.) * 095 


American architect and building news- 
July 10, 1898. (Reo'd July IS. L8980 


Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 


697 
Copyright by American architect and 
building news co.. Boston. 


American agriculturist. July 23, 1898. 
(Kec'd July 23, 1898.) 090 


American florist. July 10, L898. (Reo'd 
July IS. 1898.) 698 


Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 
York. 


Copyright by American florist co.. 
Chicago. 



176 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Atlantic monthly. Aug., 1898. (Eec'd 
July 21, 1898.) " 699 i 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & ' 
co., Boston. 
Atlantic reporter. July 13, 1898. (Eec'd 
July 19, 1898.) 700 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Baby pathfinder. July 15, 1898. (Eec'd 
July 18, 1898.) 701 

Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 

Bankers' monthly. July, 1898. (Eec'd i 
July 23, 1898.) 702 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 

Baptist union. July 23, 1898. (Eec'd 
July 23, 1898.) 703 

Copyright by Baptist young people's 
union, Chicago. 

Black cat. Aug., 1898. (Eec'd July 19, 
1898.) " 704 

Copyright by Short story pub. co., 
Boston. 

Boston daily globe. July 16, 1898. (Eec'd 

July 18, 1898.) 705 

July 17, 1898. (Eec'd July 18, 1898.) 

706 i 
July 18, 1898. (Eec'd July 19, 1898.) 

707 
July 19, 1898. (Eec'd July 20, 1898.) 

708 
July 20, 1898. (Eec'd July 21, 1898.) 

709 ; 
July 21, 1898. (Eec'd July 22, 1898.) 

710 : 
July 22, 1898. (Rec'd July 23, 1898.) 

711 
Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Brooklyn life. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 
18,1898.) 712 j 

July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 23, 1898. ) 

713 
Copyright by Brooklyn life pub. co., 
Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Calendar of monthly intentions. Aug., 
1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 714 ! 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 
Callanan's (L. J.) monthly. July, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 715 

Copyright by L. J. Callanan, New 
York. 
Carpet and upholstery trade review. 
July 15, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 

716 
Copyright by Reyiew pub. co., New 
York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Catholic news. July 20, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 19, 1898.) 717 

July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898. ) 

718 

July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 23, 1898.) 

719 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 

Charities review. June, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 22, 1898.) 720 

Copyright by Charities reyiew, New 
York. 

Christian herald. June 20, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 19, 1898.) 721 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 

Collier's weekly. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 18, 1898.) 722 

Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 
New York. 

Commercial advertiser. July 16, 1898. 

723 
Copyright by Commercial advertiser 
ass'n, New York. 

Costume royal. Sept.. 1898. (Rec'd July 
23,1898.) 724 

Copyright by Royal pattern co., New 
York. 

Cycling gazette. July 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 23, 1898.) 725 

July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 23, 1898.) 

726 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Deutsch-amerikanische naturazt. July, 

1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 727 

Copyright by E. Gleitzman, Chicago. 

Diamond Dick, jr. * July 23, 1898. (Eec'd 

July 22, 1898.) 728 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 

York. 

Dry goods economist. July 16, 1898. 

(Eec'd July 18, 1898.) 729 

Copyright by Textile pub. co., New | 
York. 

Eleetrical engmeer. July 21, 1898. (Eec'd 

July 22, 1898.) * , 730 

Copyright by Electrical engineer, 
New York. 

Evening post. July 16, 1898. (Eec'd 

July 18, 1898.) 731 

July 18, 1898. (Eec'd July 18, 1898.) 

732 
July 19, 1898. (Eec'd July 20, 1898. ) 

733 
July 20, 1898. (Eec'd July 21, 1898.) 

734 



177 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Evening post. July 21, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 22, 1898.) 735 

July 22, 1898. (Rec'd July 23, 1898.) 

736 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 

Evening telegram. July 15, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 18, 1898.) 737 

July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 

738 
July 17, 1898. (Rec'd July 19, 1898.) 

739 
July 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jul y 20, 1898. ) 

740 
July 19, 1898. (Rec'd July 21, 1898.) 

711 
July 20, 1898. (Rec'd July 22, 1898. ) 

712 
July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 23, 1898. ) 

713 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 

Farm and home. July 15, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 21, 1898.) 714 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co., Spring- 
held, Mass. 

Farm implement news. July 21, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 23, 1898.) 715 

Copyright by Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. 

Farm poultry. July 15, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 18, 1898.) 716 

Copyright by I. S. Johnson & co., 
Boston. 

Farmer. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 20, 
1898.) 747 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., Chi- 
cago. 
Feather. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 
1898.) 718 

Copyright by G. E. Howard & co., 
AYashington, D. C. 

Federal reporter. July 11, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 18, 1898.) 749 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 

Minu. 

Frank Leslie's popular monthly. Aug., 

1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 750 

Copyright by Frederic L. Colver, 

New York. 

Gourick's Washington digest. May-June, 
1898. (Rec'd .July 23,1898.) 751 

Copyright by I). A. Gourick, Wash- 
ington, I). C. 

Great round world. July 21, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 21, 1898.) 752 

Copyright by William Beverley Har- 
rison, New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Half holiday. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 22, 1898.) 753 

Copyright by Howard, Ainslee & co., 
New York. 

Happy days. Aug. 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 
21,1898.) 754 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 

Harper's bazar, vol. 31. no. 30. (Rec'd 
July 22, 1898.) 755 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York.' 

Harper's monthly magazine. Aug., 1888. 

(Rec'd July 23, 1898.) 756 

Copyright by Harper &■ bros., New 
York. 

Harper's weekly, v. 12. no. 2170. (Rec'd 
July 21, 1898.) 757 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 

Home art. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 
1898.) " 758 

Copyright by Home art pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Home magazine. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd 
July 19, 1898.) 759 

Copyright by Commercial travel ers 5 
home ass'n, Bmghamton, N. Y. 

Horseman. July 19, 1898. (Rec'd July 
21, 1898.) 760 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 
newspaper co., Chicago. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. July 17. 1898. 
(Rec'd July 18, 1898 ) 761 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & co., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Illustrated war news. July, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 21, 1898.) 762 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 

York. * 

Item. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 

1898.) 763 

Copyright by Geo. A. Warren. Boston. 

Jewelers' circular. July 20, 1898. < Kee d 

July 21, 1898.) 764 

Copyright by Jewelers' circular pub. 

co., New York. 

Jewelers' woekh . July 20, L898. ( Rec'd 
July 21, 1898.) 

Copyright by Trades weekly CO., Now 
York.' 
Jewish comment. July 22,1898. (RecM 
July 23, 1898.) 766 

Copyright b\ "The publishe] 
Baltimore, Md. 



178 

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Titles — Continued. 

Journal of the American medical ass'n. 
July 16, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 767 

Copyright hy American medical ass'n, I 
Chicago. 
Journal of geology. May- June, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 20, 1898.) 768 j 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 
Journal of osteopathy. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 18,1898.) 769 

Copyright by American school of os- 
teopathy, Kirksville, Mo. 

Ladies' world. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd July 

21,1898.) 770 

Copyright by S. H. Moore & co., New 

York . 

Lawyers' reports annotated. July 15, 

1898. (Rec'd July 20, 1898.) 771 

Copyright by Lawyers' cooperative 

pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 

League director. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd 

July 18, 1898.) 772 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 

League leaflets. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd July 

18,1898.) 773 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 

Life. July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 19, 
1898.) 774 

Copyright by Mitchell & Miller, New 
York. 

McClure's magazine, v. 11. no. 4. (Rec'd 

July 21, 1898.) 775 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 

York. 

Medical record. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 23, 1898. ) 776 

Copyright by Win, Wood & co., New 

York. * 

Municipal record and advertiser. July 
15,1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 777 

Copyright by Columbia pub. co., 
New York. 

Musical age. July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 

22,1898.) 778 

Copyright by Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 

National police gazette. July 30, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 22,1898.) 779 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 

York.' 

New century. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 19, 1898. ) 780 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tingley, 
New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

New England home magazine. July 17, 
1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 781 

Copyright by New England home 
magazine co., Boston. 

New England homestead. July 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 22, 1898. ) 782 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., 
Springfield, Mass. 

New York herald. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 18, 1898.) 783 

July 17, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898. ) 

784 

July 18, 1898. (Rec'd July 19, 1898. ) 

785 

July 19, 1898. (Rec'd July 20, 1898. ) 

786 

July 20, 1898. (Rec'd July 21, 1898.) 

787 

July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 22, 1898.) 

788 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 

New York journal. July 17, 1898. (Rec'd 

Julv 18, 1898.) 789 

July 18, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898. ) 

790 
July 19, 1898. (Rec'd July 19, 1898.) 

791 
July 20. 1898. (Rec'd July 20, 1898. ) 

792 
July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 21, 1898. ) 

793 
July 22, 1898. (Rec'd July 22, 1898.) 

794 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 

New York medical journal. July 16, 1898. 
( Rec'd July 18, 1898. ) 795 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 

New York supplement and state reporter. 
July 14, 1898. (Rec'd July 22, 1898.) 

796 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

New Yorker abendblatt. July 16, 1898. 
( Rec'd July 18. 1898. ) 797 

July 18, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898. ) 

798 

July 19, 1898. (Rec'd July 20, 1898.) 

799 

July 20, 1898. (Rec'd July 21, 1898. ) 

800 

July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 22. 1898.) 

801 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 



179 

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Titles — Continued. 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt; July 17, 1898. 
(Reed July 18,1898.) 802 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitnng, New York. 

New Yorker staats-zeitnng. July 18, 1898. 
(Rec'dJnly 18,1898.) 803 \ 

July 19," 1898. (Rec'd July 19, 1898.) 

804 
July 20, 1898. (Rec'd July 20, 1898. ) 

805 I 
July 21. 1898. (Rec'd July 21, 1898.) 

806 I 
July 22, 1898. (Rec'd July 22, 1898.) 

807 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitnng, New York. 

New Yorker wochenblatt. July 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 21, 1898.) 808 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 

July 23. 1898. 
809 



Nick Carter weekly. 
(Rec'd July 22, 1898.) 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York". 



Northeastern reporter. July 8, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 810 

July 15, 1898. (Rec'd July 21, 1898.) 

811 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Northwestern reporter. July 9, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 812 

July 16,"l898. (Rec'd July 22, 1898. ) 

813 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Ohio legal news. July 18, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 18, 1898.) 814 

Copyright by Laning ptg. co., Nor- 
walk, Ohio. 

Our productions. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 18, 1898.) 815 

Copyright by Am. pub. and eng. co., 
New York. 



July, 1898. (Rec'd July 
816 



Outdoor life 

22, 1898. ) 

Copyright by Outdoor life pub. co., 
Denver, Colo. 

Outlook. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 22, 

1898.) 817 

Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 



Tiily 14,1898. (Rec'd 
818 



Pacific reporter 
July 21,1898.) 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 



Titles — Continued. 

Peck's buyers' index. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 22, 1898.) 819 

Copyright by W. E. Peck & co., New 
York/ 

Pennsylvania county court reports. July 
16,1898. (Ri-c'd July 18, 1898.) 820 

July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 22, 1898.) 

821 
Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 

People's railway guide. July 15, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 21, 1898. ) 822 

Copyright by C. S. Pease, Albany, 
N. Y. 

Philadelphia inquirer. July 17, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 18, 1898. ) 823 

July 18, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 

824 
July 19, 1898. (Rec'd July 19, 1898.) 

825 
July 20, 1898. (Rec'd July 20, 1898.) 

July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 21, 18980 

827 

July 22, 1898. (Rec'd July 22, 1898.) 

828 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia press. July 17, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 18, 1898.) 829 

July 18, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 

820 
July 19, 1898. (Rec'd July 19, 1898.) 

831 
July 20, 1898. (Rec'd July 20. 1898. ) 

832 
July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 21. 1898.) 

833 
July 22, 1898. (Rec'd July 22. 1898. ) 

834 
July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 23. 1898.) 

835 

Copyright by Press co., Philadelphia. 

Pittsburg times. July 16, 189S. (Rec'd 

July 18,1898.) 836 

July 18, 1898. (Rec'd July 19, 1898.) 

83*3 
July 19, 1898. (Rec'd July 20, 1898.) 

July 20, 1898. (Rec'd July 21, 1898.) 

839 

July 21, 1898. (Reo'd J uly 22, 1898.) 

840 

July 22, 1898. (Reo'd July 23, 1898.) 

841 
Copyright by Pittsburg times, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 
Pluck ami luck. July 27,1898. (Rec'd 
July 23, 1898.) 842 

Copyright by Frank Tousev, New 
York.' 



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Titles — Continued. 



(Eec'd 
843 



Popular science. Aug., 1898 
July 19,1898.) 

Copyright by Lillard & co. ; New- 
York. 
Puck. no. 1116. (Rec'd July 20, 1898.) 

844 
Copyright "by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
mann, New York. 

Saturday evening post. July 16, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 18,1898.) 845 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 
School journal. July 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
July ±8, 1898.) 846 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 
New York. 
Scientific American. July 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 22, 1898.) 847 

(Supplement.) July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 22, 1898.) 848 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 

Southeastern reporter. July 12, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 19, 1898.) 849 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southern reporter. July 13, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 19, 1898.) 850 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Southwestern reporter. July 11, 1898. 
(Reed July 18, 1898.) 851 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Standard. July 30, 1898. (Rec'd Julv 20, 
1898.) " 852 

Copyright by Standard press, New 
York. 

Sugar beet. July, 1898. (Rec'd July 23, 
1898. ) 853 

Copyright by Sugar beet, Philadel- 
phia. 

Sun. July 17, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 

854 

July 18, 1898. (Rec'd July 18, 1898.) 

855 

July 19, 1898. (Rec'd July 19, 1898.) 

856 

July 20, 1898. (Rec'd July 20, 1898.) 

857 

July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 21, 1898.) 

858 

July 22, 1898. (Rec'd July 22, 1898. ) 

859 

Copyright by Sun printing and pub. 

ass'n, New York. 

Sunday magazine. July 17, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 18, 1898.) 860 

Copyright by Eryin Wardman, New 

York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Superintendent and foreman. July 19, 
1898. (Eec'd July 18, 1898.) 861 

Copyright by Joseph Yan Ness, 
Boston. 

Svenska Amerikanska posten. July 19, 
1898. (Rec'd July 23, 1898.) 862 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Temple. June, 1898. (Rec'd July 22, 
1898.) 863 

Copyright by Temple press, Denyer, 
Colo. 

Therapeutic gazette. July 15, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 18,1898.) 864 

Copyright by Wm. M. Warren, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Tip top weekly. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 22, 1898.") 865 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. ' 

Town topics. July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 
21,1898.) 866 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 

True blue. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 
22, 1898.) 867 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 

Truth. July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 21, 
1898.) 868 

Copyright by Truth co., New York. 
Universe. July 21, 1898. (Rec'd July 
21,1898.) 869 

Copyright by Universe pub. co., New 
York. 
Vanity fair. v. 4, no. 19. (Rec'd July 
20,1898.) 870 

Copyright by Blakely Hall, New 
York. * 
Western brewer. Julv, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 18, 1898.) 871 

Copyright by H. S. Rich & co., Chi- 
cago. 

What to eat. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd July 
23,1898.) 872 

Copyright by Pierce & Pierce, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Wool record. July 19, 1898. (Rec'd July 

20,1898.) • 873 

Copyright by Wool record pub. co., 
New York. 

Word and Works. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd 
July 23, 1898.) 874 

Copyright by Irl R. Hicks, St. Louis, 
Mo. 



181 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. Ifor index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Admiral Dewey march. Composed by 
Otto Bonnell. [Piano.] Chicago, 

Will Eossiter. 530 

Copyright by W. Rossiter, Chicago. 
1898, no. 35014, June 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 18, 1898. 

*Ak-Sar-Ben. March. Two-step. Com- 
posed \>y J. L. Frank. [Piano.] Chi- 
cago, Geuiser music co. 531 
Copyright by J. L. Frank, Chicago. 
1898, no. 42249,' July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Alpine violet (Alpenveilchen)* Caprice 
de salon for the pianoforte. By W. 
Lege. op. 51. Revised and fingered 
by H. C. Macdougall. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. [Melodic sketches.] 

532 
Copyright bv Hatch music co.. Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 43054, July' 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

11 America." My country, 'tis of thee. 
Variations for violin and piano. By 
D. M. H. May. Baltimore, Md., Geo. 
Wil'lig & co. [Casket of jewels, no. 
13. ] 533 

Copyright by G. Willig & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 44147, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

" Astoria" (The) march and two-step. 
Composed by Charles Kohlman. Piano. 
Xew York, J. Stark & co. 534 

Copyright by J. Stark & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 5855, Jan. 15. 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, 1898. 

At the sound of the trumpet's call. By 
Franklin E. Parker. Roxbury, Mass., 
Franklin E. Parker. 535 

Copyright by F. E. Parker, Roxbury, 
Mass. 1898, no. 43799, July 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Aus irdischem getiimmel. (Christoph 
Asschenfeldt.) Fur gemischten chor. 
Von Gustav Schreck. op. 31. .Leip- 
zig, Fr. Kistner. [Geistliche geslinge. 
no. 1.] 536 

Copyright by F. Kistner, Leipzig. 
Germany. 1898, no. 43623, July 21, 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Ave Maria. Par Robert Schumann. Ar- 
rangement de L. Narici. Orgue et 

voix. Mezzo-soprano on b a r y t o n. 
Paris, Choudens. [Trois chants re- 
ligieux. no. 1.] 537 

Copyright by Choudens, Paris. 
France. ' 1S9S, no. 43751, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, L898. 



Titles— Continued. 

i Ave verum. Par R. Schumann. Arrange- 
ment de L. Narici. Orgue et voix. 
Mezzo-soprano on baryton. Paris, 

Choudens. [Trois chants religieux. 
no. 3.] 538 

Copyright by Choudens, Paris, 
France, 1898, no. 43753, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Awake, my soul! Anthem. AVords by 
Phillip Doddridge. Music by T. Martin 
Towne, [n. i.] [Fillmore's anthem 
books, no. 6.] 539 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42564, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Baby's dream of fairyland. Written and 

composed by Harry B. Norris. 540 

Copyright by B. Feldman, London. 

1898, no. 43325, July 20. 2 copies rec'd 

July 20, 1898. 

Barcarolle. For the pianoforte. By 
Gustav Ehrlich. op. 5. Revised and 
fingered by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [End- 
less amusement.] 541 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 43520, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* Battle (The) of Manila. By R. Kelso 
Carter. With music altered, adapted, 
and arranged. Male quartet, [n. i.] 542 
Copyrio-ht by R. K. Carter. Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 41960, July 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Be merciful to me. Anthem. Words by 
C. Elvin. Music by Finley I. yon, [n. i.] 
[Fillmore's anthem books, no.5.] 543 
Copyright by Fillmore bros.. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42558, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22. L898. 

Behold, what manner of love ! Anthem. 
By W. Irving Hartshorn, [n.i.] [Fill- 
more's anthem books, no. 4.] 511 
Copyright by Fillmore bros.. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42542, July 15. 2 
Copies rec'd July 2l\ 1898. 

Beneath thy bower, beloved. Serenade. 

Words by W. A. 11. Music by Finest 
Barnard, no. iFtlal. London. Jul. 

lleinr. Zinimermann. 5 15 

Copyright by Jul. lleinr. Zinimer- 
mann, l.eip :ig, L898, no. 13628, July 21 
2 copies rec'd July 21, ISPS. 1 copy in 
F. new ed. Julv 21, 1898. 



182 

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Titles — Cob tinned. 



Titles — Continued. 



Benedictus. Set to music in the key of 
A. By George C. Martin. Loudon, 
Novello & co., ltd. [Novello's parish 
choir book. no. 373.] 546 ! 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don, England/ 1898, no. 43617, July 21. 
2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Benedictus in E flat. By Alex. S. Gibson. 

547 
Copyright by Win. E. Ash mail, Ar- 
lington, N. J. 1898, no. 43043, July 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Ben-ma-chree. (Girl of my heart.) Song. 
Words and music by Gerald Lane. no. 
linD. New York, Boosey & co. 548 
Copyright by Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 43619, July 21. 
2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

no. 2 in F. New York, Boosey 

& co. 549 

Copyright by Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don, England. 1898. no. 43618, July 21. 
2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Bird's (A) greeting. (Yoglein's gruss.) 
Salon piece for the pianoforte. By 
Carl Mehler. op. 30. Revised and lin- 
gered by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [End- 
less amusement.] 550 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia." 1898, no. 43516, July 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* Bird's (The) message. (Yoglein's bot- 
schaft.) By Francois Behr. Revised 
and fingered by A. Bechter. Piano 
duet. Philadelphia, Hatch music 

cd. 551 

Convright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 40416, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Blessed are the pure in heart. Words by 
Keble. Music by Angelo M. Read. op. 
8. no. 3. 552 

Copyright by Wm. E. Ashmall, Ar- 
lington, N. J. 1898, no. 43042, July 18. 
1 copy rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Blessed are they that dwell. Anthem. 
By Finley Lyon, [n. i.] [Fillmore's an- 
them books, no. 5.] 553 
Copyright by Fillmore bros, Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. 1898, no. 42557, July 15. 2 
copies rec"d July 22, 1898. 

Born (The) coquette. Words by Follett 
Thorpe. Music by Claude Aruudale. 

554 
Copyright by B. Feldman, London. 
1898, no. 43327, J uly 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 



Bridal tour. March and two-step. By 
Win. J. Rahley. Piano, two hands. 
Baltimore, Md., I. Son Cohen. 555 

Copyright by I. Son Cohen, Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 42947, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* Bridal wreath waltz. By Richard C. 

Heather. Piano. New York, Rich- 
ard C. Heather. 556 
Copyright by R. C. Heather, New 
York. 1898, no. 40757, July 6. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Buch der liebe. (Hoffmann von Fallers- 
loben.) 10 quartette, fiir soprau, alto, 
tenor, u. bass, mit pianoforte beglei- 
tnng. Componirt von Alhert Quiuche. 
no. 1. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 

557 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig, Germany. 1898, no. 42886, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

By the forest brook. (Am waldbach.) 
Idylle for the pianoforte. By O. Zapff. 
op. 7. Revised and fingered by Jaros- 
law de Zielinski. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. [Endless amusement.] 

558 
Copyright by Hatch music co.. Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 43519, July 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* By Seville's silver tide. Song. Words 
by Stanhope Gray. Music by Florence 
Fare. no. 2 C. London, Cary & co. 

559 

Copyright by Gary & co., London. 

1898, no. 43741, July 22. 2 copies rec'd 

July 14, 



Canzone, fiir klavier, von Adolf Schup- 
pan. op. 21. Leipzig, Breitkopf & 
Hartel. 560 

Copyright bv Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1898/ no. 43621, July 21. 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Capriccio, par C. Chaminade. op. 18. 
Transcription pour piano a 4 mains, 
par Ernest Alder. Paris, Enoch et 
cie. 561 

Copyright by Enoch et cie., Paris, 
France. 1898, no. 43984, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Cast thy bread upon the waters. Anthem. 
By Finley Lyon, [n. i.] [Fillmore's 
authem books, no. 5.] 562 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cin- 
cinnati. Ohio. * 1898, no. 42549, July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Christ in you. By W. L. Anderson. 563 
Copyright by W. L. Anderson, Ma- 
son City, Iowa' 1898, no. 42932, July 
18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Christian (The) recorder march. By N. 
Clark Smith. Piano. Kansas City, 
Mo., Carl Hoffman. 564 

Copyright by N. C. Smith, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 36865, June 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Cinq intermezzi, en forme de Laendler. 
Pour piano, yiolon, et yioloncelle, par 
Richard Mandl. Paris, Enoch et cie. 

565 
Copyright by Enoch et cie., Paris, 
France. 1898, no. 43983, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Concert in E moll, von Jean Louis Du- 
port. Fur violoncell. Eingerichtet und 
lierausgegeben, von Friedrich Griitz- 
macher. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Har- 
tel. [Hohe schule des violoncellspiel. 
no. 7.] 566 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig, Germany. 1898, no. 42885, July 
18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Concerto pour violon, avec accompagne- 
meut d'orchestre, par Theodore Dubois. 
Paris, Heugel et cie. 567 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris, 
France. 1898, no. 43749, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Cupido. Vals por Francisco F. Carde- 
nas. [Nuevas piezas de baile, 23.] 
[n. L] 568 

Copyright by Lvon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 43598, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Daddy's gwine to bring you something- 
nice. Coon lullaby. Words by Chas. 
Horwitz. Music by Fred. Bowers. 
New York, M. Witmark & sons. 569 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 24026, Apr. 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Daisies. Song, with piano accompani- 
ment. Words by Frank Dempster 
Sherman. Music by C. B. Hawley. 
Alto in E flat. New York, G. Schir- 
mer. 570 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

^ 1898, no. 43515, July 20. 2 copies re- 
ceived July 19,1898. 
eath of the Winslow heroes. Words 
by In/a Joslyn. Music by William 
Homer, [u. i.] 571 

Copyright by Inza Joslyn. Chicago. 
1898. no. 42915, July 18. 2 copies rec'd 
July 22, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

Deuxieme arabesque. ParC. Chaminade. 
op. 92. Pour le piano. Paris, Enoch 
et cie. 572 

Copyright by Enoch et cie., Paris, 
France. 1898, no. 43985, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Dewey's victory at Manila. March. 
Words and music by G. R. Lampard. 

573 
Copyright by G. R. Lampard, Bur- 
lington, Iowa. 1898, no. 43797, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Song. Words and music by G. R. 

Lampard. 574 

Copyright by G. R. Lampard, Bur- 
lington, Iowa. 1898, no. 43798, J uly 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Do you remember? Song. Written by 
Llewellyn Davies. Composed by 
Gerald Beaumont, no. 2 F. London, 
Cary &, co. 575 

Copyright by Cary & co., London. 
1898, no. 43743, July 22. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

*Drei standchen. (Three serenades.) 
Fur piano. Componirt von Ed. Pol- 
dini. op. 22, no. 3. A flat major. 
Leipzig, C. Dieckniann. 576 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 1898, no. 40942, July 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

'E dunno why 'e do it, but 'e do. Writ- 
ten by Roland Carse. Composed by 
Denham Harrison. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 577 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 1898, no. 42882, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd J uly 16. 1898. 

Elf play. (ElfenspirhO Morceau do 
salon. For the pianoforte. By W. 
Lego. op. 55. Revised and fingered 
by H. C. Macdougall. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music oo. [Melodic sketches.] 

578 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. t3056, July IS. 2 
copies rec'd .'uly 18. 1898. 

Empty (The) sleeve upon a ragged 
coat. Song and refrain. Words >>\ 
Ed. M. Dresser. Music by M. J. Fit - 
patrick. Now York. Howley, Havi- 

land A eo. 579 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co.. Now York. ' 1898, no. 12784, Julj U>. 
2 copies rec'd Julv L6, L898. 



184 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Escapade (An)." (That's all.) A mu- 
sical comedy in three acts. Book by 
Will W. Prosser. Music by J. H. 
Wright. 580 

Copyright hv W. W. Prosser aud John 
H. Wright, Columbus, Ohio. 1898, no. 
42939, July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 19, 
1898. (Libretto.) 

Etude gracieuse. Etude for the piano- 
forte. Arranged from F. Kalkbrenner 
by Wilson G. Smith. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. [Melodic sketches.] 

581 
Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 43052, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* Evening song. (Abendlied.) Piano 
duet. By W. Stiirmer. op. 56. no. 5. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 582 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 40622, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Festival Te Deum in D. By K. Mackin- 
tosh. 583 
Copyright by Wm. E. Ash in all, Ar- 
lington, N. J. '1898, no. 43045, July 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Fold (The) of rest. Song. Words by 
Henry Vaughan. Music by Paul Rod- 
ney, no. 1 in F. New York, Boosey 
&"co. 584 

Copyright by Enoch & sons. London, 
England. 1898, no. 43125, July 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

no. 2 in G. New York, Boosey & 

co. "585 

Copyright by Enoch & sons, London, 
England. 1898, no. 43126, July 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Gap (The) of Dunloe. Song. Words by 
Clifton Bingham. Music by Walter 
Slaughter, no. 2 in E flat. (Original.) 
Loudon, J. B. Cramer & co., ltd. 586 
Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co.. ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 43324, July 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Gavotte hmnoresque. Eobin Goodfellow. 
Piano solo. By J. S. Van Cleve. Chi- 
cago, J. S. Tan Cleve. 587 
Copyright by J. S. Van Cleve, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 42937, Julv 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

God is our refuge. Anthem. By J. H. 
Tenney, [n. L] [Fillmore's anthem 
books, no. 4.] 588 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42541, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

God is our refuse and strength. Anthem. 
By J. M. Stiilman, [n. i.] [Fillmore's 
anthem books, no. 4.] 589 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42563, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

*Good morning. Scherzo. Easy piece 
for the pianoforte. By Adam Geibel. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Good 
wishes, no.5.] 590 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 40617, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

* Good night. Berceuse. Easy piece for 

the pianoforte. By Adam ~ Geibel. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Good 
wishes, no. 6.] 591 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia, 1898, no. 41556, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Good-night (A) song. For the piano- 
forte. By^ Paul Ambrose, op. 14. no. 
3. New York, J. H. Schroeder. 592 
Copyright bv J. H. Schroeder, New 
York. * 1898. no. 43856, July 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Hand in hand. Words by Fred. S. Law. 
Music by Hans A. Cesek. op. 13. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 593 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 36041, June 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* Happy (A) birthday. Easy piece for the 

pianoforte. By Adam Geibel. Phil- 
adelphia, Hatch music co. [Good 
wishes, no. 3.] 594 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 41557, July 11. 2 
copies rec'd- July 11, 1898. 

*Happv (A) new year. Tempo de gav- 
otte. Easy piece for the pianoforte. 
By Ad-am Geibel. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. [Good wishes, no. 
2.] 595 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 40619, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5. 1898. 

* Have pity., judge, she's my mother. By 

Gussie L. Davis. Arranged for orches- 
tra by Chas. J. Rockwell, [n. i.] 596 
Copyright bv Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1898, no. 28603, May 7. 2 
copies rec'd May 12, 1898. 

Song and chorus. Composed by 

GussieL. Davis. New York, Hamil- 
ton S. Gordon. 597 
Copyright by H. S. Gordon, New 
York. 1898, no.' 21905, Apr. 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 19, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

He sleeps upon Havana's shore, in a suit 
of navy blue. Written by Thos. Kil- 
len, Composed by Dan. Eees. 
Youngstown, Ohio, D. O. Evans. 598 i 
Copyright by D. O. Evans, Youngs- | 
town, Ohio. 1898, no. 42774, July 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Hear my cry, God. Anthem. By Fin- 
ley Lyon, [n. L] [Fillmore's anthem 
books, no.5.] 599 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- l 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 12554, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Hero and Leauder. Prologue. Manci- 
nelli. iEolian "arrangement. iEolian 
grand, no. 30433, [n. i.] 600 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 
1898, no. 40812, July 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 

Hidi-gong-gong-gerong. Chinese mili- 
tary march. For the pianoforte. By 
Hans Bardoni. op. 72. Revised and 
lingered by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [End- 
less amusement.] 601 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia." 1898, no. 43517, July 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

"Honor bright. (Two-step.) Piano 
solo. By J. A. Silberberg. New York, 
Brooks & Denton co. 602 

Copyright by Denton & Seixas, New 
York. 1898, no. 44323, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

How beautiful upon the mountains. 
Anthem. By J. H. Tenney, [n. i.] [Fill- 
more's anthem books, no. 4.] 603 
Copyright bv Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42544, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Humming bird (Colibri). For the piano- 
forte. By Paul Ambrose, op. 14. no. 4. 
New York, J. H. Schroeder. 604 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 
York. 1898, no'. 43857, July 22. 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Hush a-bye, close you' eye. Negro lul- 
laby. By Joseph Diguam. Salem, 
Mass., Wm. J. Lefavour. 605 

Copyright by W. J. Lefavour, Salem, 
Mass. 1898, no. 40758, July (>. 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

I haven't got my sea legs yet. Written 
by Sylvaniis Dauncey and Geo. D. Day. 
Composed by Guy Jones. 606 

Copyright by B. Feldman. London. 
1898,no.l3;t2G, July 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

I like to call her Joe. By Geo. W. Myers. 
[Vocal.] Baltimore, Md., Geo. \Y. 
Myers. 607 

Copyright bvG.W. Myers, Baltimore, 
Md. 1898, no. 39052, June 27. 2 copies 
rec'd July 19, 1898. 

I love to hear my Saviour's voice. Solos 
and quartette or chorus. Words by 
Miss C. Saunders. Music by Stephen 
Glover. Arranged by Finley Lyon, 
[n. i.] [Fillmore's anthem books. 
no. 5] . 608 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42552, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

I will bless the Lord. Anthem. By E. 
F. Darling, [n. i.] [Fillmore's anthem 
books, no.4.] 609 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42545, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

I will sing of the mercies of the Lord. 
Anthem. By Finley Lyon, [n. i.] [Fill- 
more's anthem books, no. 5.] 610 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 4255.1, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

If love were all. Song. Words by Ed. 
Tesckemacher. Music by Laudon Kon- 
ald. London, E. Asclierberg & co. 

611 

Copyright by E. Asclierberg & to.. 
London. England. 1898. no. 13317. July 
20. 2 copies rec'd July 20. 1898. 

I'll make dat black gal mine. By Ward : 
Oh, Ebenezer. By Dave Reed, jr ; Ken- 
tucky babe. ByA.Geibel; It ain't no 
lie. By Moran and Holt'. iEolian ar- 
rangement. JEolian grand, no. 40218, 
[n.i.] 612 

Copyright bv iEolian eo..Xew York. 
1898, no. '40813'. July 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 

I'll think of thee. Words by Henri B. 
Sulley. Mush by N. G. Bowbeer. 
Detroit, Mich., Detroit music oo, 613 

Copyright l»\ N.G. Bowbeer, Detroit, 
Mich. L898, no. 42948, Jnlj 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Juh 18, 1898. 

In the cross of Christ 1 glory. B} V. R. 
Krocger. 6] I 

Copyright by Wm, E.Ashinoll, Arling- 
ton, V J. ISi'S. no. 13047, July IS. 2 

copies roe'il July 18, L8 



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Titles — Continued. 

* In the meadow. Pastorale. Piano 
duet. By Josef Low. op. 150. no. 2. 
Revised * and fingered by Tbos. a 
Becket. Philadelphia, Hatch music 
co. 615 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia! 1898, no. 10625, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

In that day. Anthem. By W. Irving 
Hartshorn, [n.i.] [Fillmore's anthem 
books, no. 4.] 616 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42546, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, lb98. 

Intermezzo, from Cavalleria Eusticana. 
By P. Mascagni. Adapted for reed 
organ by W. F. Sudds. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. 617 

Copyright by Platch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 36040, June 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Introductory voluntary. Composed by 
Albert H. Grove. Indianapolis, Ind., 
Algrove music co. 618 

Copyright by A. H. Grove, Indianap- 
olis, Ind. 1898, no. 24975, Apr. 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Jesus, lover of my soul. Anthem. Words 
by Charles Wesley. Music by T. Mar- 
tin Towne, [n.i.] [Fillmore's anthem 
books, no. 6.] ~ 619 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42562, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Juanita. Song. Words by Hugh Mor- 
ton. Music by Gustavo Kerker, [n.i.] 

620 
Copyright by T. B. Harms & co.. New 
York. ' 1898, no. 44324, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Just as I am. Anthem. Words by Char- 
lotte Elliot. Music by Finley Lyou, 
[n.i.] [Fillmore's anthem books, no. 
5.] 621 

Copyright by Fillmore bros , Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42553, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Knockout (The) blow. Words and music 
by Wesley Penrose. Ironwood, Mich . , 
Wesley Penrose. 622 

Copyright by W. Penrose, Ironwood, 
Mich. 1898, no. 29522, May 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Lady of love. Written by Sylvanus 
Dauncey and Geo. D. Day. Composed 
by Guy Jones. * 623 

Copyright by B. Feldman, London. 
1898, no. 43329, July 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lead, kindly light. Sacred song. For 
baritone or contralto. Words by Car- 

' dinal Newman. Music by D. Protheroe. 
Milwaukee, Wis., Kohlring sous' music 
co. 624 

Copyright by Kohlfing sons' music 
co., Milwaukee, Wis. 1898, no. 43051, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Lesson (The). (Die lehre.) Words by 
Heine. English version by Algernon. 
Music by Georg Liebliug. op. 27. Ed. 
in F. Loudon, Forsyth bros. 625 
Copyright bv Forsyth bros.. London, 
England. 1898, no. 43318, July 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Licht, zum heil der welt gekommeu. 
(Rudolf Stier.) Fiir gemischten chor. 
Yon Gustav Schreck. op. 31. Leip- 
zig, Fr. Ivistner. [Geistliche gesiinge. 
no. 2.] 626 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 

Germany. 1898, no. 43624, July 21. 2 

copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Little minstrel waltz. For guitar. By 

H. P. Dnffell. Boston. Walter Jacobs'. 

627 

Copyright by W. Jacobs, Boston. 
1898, no. 43225, July 19. 2 copies rec'd 
July 19, 1898. 
* Little (The) postillion. Eondo. Piano 
duet. By R. Kieiumichel. Phila- 
delphia, Hatch music co. 628 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 40414, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 
•■Lord (The) is love. Song. (With vio- 
lin and organ obligatos ad. lib. ) Words 
by Stanhope Gray. Composed by Theo. 
Bonheur. no. 1 in F. London, Carv 
& co. 629 

Copyright- by Cary & co., London. 
1898, no. 43742, July 22. 2 copies rce'd 
July 14, 1898. 
Lord (The) is my rock. Anthem. By 
T. Martin Towne, [n.i.] [Fillmore's 
anthem books, no. 6.] 650 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42561, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 
Lorenza. Polka. Por Yicente Cordero, 
[n.i.] [Nuevas piezas de baile. 22.] 

631 

Copyright by Lyon *fc Healv, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 43599, July 21. " 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 
Love comes back to his vacant dwelling. 
Song. Words by Austin Dobson. Music 
by Henry Waller. High voice. New 
York, Edward Schuberth & co. 632 

Copyright bv E. Schuberth & co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 44034, July 23! 
2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Love comes back to his vacant dwelling. 
Song. Words by Austin Dobson. Music 
by Henry Waller. Low voice. New 
York, Edward Schuberth & co. 633 
Copyright bv Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York/ 1898, no. 44035, July 23. 
2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Love divine. Anthem. Words by Chas. 
Wesley. Music by Finley Lyon, [n. i.] 
[Fillmore's anthem books, no. 5.] 634 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898. no. 42551, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Love is king. Song. Words by Heury 
Yaughan. Music by Paul Rodney, 
no. 1 in C. New York, Boosey & co. 

635 
Copyright bv Enoch & sons, London, 
England. 1898, no. 43123, July 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

no. 2 in E flat. New York, Boosey 

&. co. 636 

Copvright bv Enoch & sons, London, 
England. 1898, no. 43124, July 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Lovest thou me? Anthem by T. Martin 
Towne, [n. i.] [Fillmore's anthem 
books, no. 6.] 637 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42566, July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 
Lyre (La) Catholique. Recueil de pieces 
pour orgue ou harmonium. Par H. 
Letocart. v. 1. 638 

Copvright by Enoch & co., Paris. 
1898, no. 10040/ July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 
v. 2. 639 

Copvright by Enoch & co., Paris. 
1898, no. 40042,* July 2. 2 copies rec'd 
July 2, 1898. 
Ma charmeuse. Written and composed 
by Paul Keubens. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 640 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 1898, no. 42881, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd J uly 16, 1898. 
Make a joyful noise. Anthem. By Fin- 
ley Lyon, [n. i.] [Fillmore's antbeui 
books, no. 4.] 611 

Copvright bv Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42547, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 
Make a joyful noise. Anthem. By T. 
Martin Towne, [n. L] [Fillmore's 
anthem books, no. 6.] 612 

Copvright bv Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42560. July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

4471_Vol. 16, ISfo. 3 :; 



Titles — Continued. 

Mamma's little runaway. Song. Kings- 
ley, no. 1632. 643 
Copvright by Regina music box co., 
Rahwav, N. J. 1898, no. 43373, July 20. 
2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

March. For the pianoforte. By Paul 
Ambrose, op. 14. no. 1. New York, 
J. H. Schroeder. 641 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 
York. 1898, no. 43854, July 22. 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Maryland, my Maryland. With easy va- 
riations for violin and piano. By Fred 
Lax. op. 421. Baltimore, P. J. Lam- 
mers. [Standard themes, no. 10.] 645 
Copvright bv P. J. Lammers, Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 44146, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Mazurka. For the pianoforte. By An- 
atole Liadoff. op. 11. Revised and 
fingered by Jaroslaw de ' Zielinski. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Melo- 
dic sketches.] 646 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 43057, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* Meadow (A) dance. Polka. Piano duet. 

By H. Lichner. op. 85. no. 5. Phil- 
adelphia, Hatch music co. 647 
Copvright by Match music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 40623, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

i * Melody. Piano duet. By A. Losch- 
horn. op. 51. no. 3. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. 648 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 40624, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

* Merry (A) Christmas. Tempo de march. 

Easy piece for the pianoforte. By 
Adam Geibel. Philadelphia, Hatch 
music co. [Good wishes, no. 1.] 619 
Copyright b3 T Hatch music co.. Phila- 
delphia. " 1898, no. 40620, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

* Merry (The) woodcutters. By John 

Kinross. Revised and lingered by 
Thomas Williams. Piano duet. Phila- 
delphia, Hatch music CO. 650 
Copyright bv Hatch music co.. Phila- 
delphia, ' L898, no. 10113. July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2. 1S9S. 

Mexican dance. For the piano. Bj A. 
Ferner. Philadelphia. Hatch music 
co. 651 

Copyright by Hatch music co.. Phila- 
delphia. 1898, 00. U558, July 11, 2 
copies rec'd July 22. L898, 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — C on t in ued . 



Mi dulce encanto. Polka, por Vicente 
Cordero, [n. i.] [Nuevas piezas de 
baile. 21.] 652 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 43600, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies" rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Michigan (The) boys in blue. Composed 
by Edward J. B. Draper. Music and 
arrangement by G. Bruce Bichardson. 
Bay City, Mich., Edward J. R. Draper. 

653 
Copyright by E. J. E. Draper, Bay 
City, Mich. 1898. no. 34390, June 4. 
2 copies rec/d July 20, 1898. 

Mignonette. A Creole love song. Words 
by Henry Rightor. Music by E. J. 
Faure and Theo. A. Metz. New York, 
Metz music co. 654 

Copyright by T. A. Metz, New York. 
1898, no. 35725, June 10. 2 copies rec'd 
July 22, 1898. 

Monarch of the waves. Waltzes by 
F Led Arundel. Orchestra. New York, 
Hamilton S. Gordon. 655 

Copyright by II. S. Gordon, New 
York. 1898. no. 39996, July 1. 2 copies 
rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Mother's (A) cradle song. Words by 
Fred. S Law. Music by Wilbelm Eyle. 
op. 32. Philadelphia, Hatch music 
co. 656 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 36039, June 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

My Jesus, I love thee. By W. G. Adams. 

657 
Copyright by Wm. E. Ashmal], Ar- 
lington, N. J. "1898, no. 43044. July 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

My sweetheart went down with the 
"Maine." Song. Morgan, no. 1633. 

658 
Copyright by Eegina music box co., 
Bahwav.^N. J. 1898. no. 43374, July 
20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Nearer home. Anthem. Tenor or so- 
prano solo. Words by Palmer Hart- 
sough. Music by Finley Lyon, [n. i.] 
[Fillmore's anthem books, no. 5. J 659 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42556, July 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Nieve de estio. Yals por Ezequiel 
Garcia, [n. i.] [Nuevas piezas de baile. 
20.] 660 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 43601. July 21. * 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 



Nur einmal noch mocht ich dich sehen. 
Lied fur eine singstimme. Worte von 
Friedemann. Musik von Wilh. Aletter. 
no. 1, hoch. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

661 
Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 1898, no. 43332, July 20. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

O, Salutaris. Par E. Schumann. Ar- 
rangement de L. Narici, orgue et voix, 
mezzo soprano, ou baryton. Paris, 
Choudens. [Trois chants religieux. no. 
2.] 662 

Copyright by Choudens, Paris, 
France. 1898, no. 43752, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

O Ursprung des lebens. Fiir gemisch- 
ten chor. Von Gustav Schreck. op. 
31. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. [Geist- 
liche gesiinge. no. 4.] 663 

Copyright bv F. Kistner, Leipzig. 
Germany. 1898, no. 43626, Julv 21. 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Ocean breezes. By Victor Herbert. Ar- 
ranged by Otto Langey for military 
band. New York, Edward Schuberth 
& co. 664 

Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 44038, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Fiano solo= New York, Edward 

Schuberth & co. 665 

Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 42949, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Off to the war. Military march. Com- 
posed by Gustav Holz. Piano. Jer- 
sey City, N. J., Adams music co. 666 

Copyright by Adams music co., Jer- 
sey City. N, J. 1898, no. 44154, July 23. 
2 copies rec*d July 23, 1898. 

Oh, rest in the Lord. Anthem. Words 
from Mendelssohn's "Elijah." Music 
by Charles F. Noyes, [n. i.] [Fill- 
more's anthem books, no. 6.] 667 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. 1898, no. 42565, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



Our Yankee navy boys, 
sic by Joe Hay den. 
Eossiter. 



Words and mu- 

Chicago, Will 

668 



Copyright by W. Eossiter, Chicago. 
1898, no. 35017, June 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 18, 1898. 



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Titles — Coutinued. 

Ouverture zu "Alceste." Von Clir. \Y. 
von Gluck, mit vortragsbezeichnungen 
und schluss. Yon Felix Weingartner. 
(Orch. partitur.) Leipzig, Breitkopf 
& Hiirtel. 669 

Copyright bv Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1898, no. 43620, July 21. 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Parade of the shake-rag militia. March. 
2 mandolins and guitar. E. JR. Hogue. 

670 
Copyright by R. R. Hogue, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 1898, no. 43164, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Parapker-paraphernalia. Written and 
composed by Carl Howard and George 
Everard. London, Francis. Day & 
Hunter. 671 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 1888, no. 42880, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Passionsgesang. Ach, wie ringt des Dul- 
ders seele. (Emmy Schreck.) Fur 
gemischten chor. Von Gustav Schreck. 
op. 31. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. [Geist- 
liche ges'inge. no. 5.] 672 

Copyright by F. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 43627, July 2L. 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Past. (Vorueber. ) High voice. Song 
with piano accompaniment. By P. A. 
Schnecker. no. 2. New York, Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co. 673 
Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 44036, J uly 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Low voice. Song Avith piano accom- 
paniment. By P. A. Schnecker. no. 2. 
New York, Edward Schuberth & co. 

674 
Copyright by E. Schuberth & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 44037, July 23. 2 
copies rec*d July 23, 1898. 

*Path (The) that leads the other way. 
Song and refrain. Words and music 
by Paul Dresser. New York, How- 
ley, Havilaud & co. 675 
Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. " 1898, no. 25517, Apr. 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Peach (The) from Razor alley. Words 
by Charles G. Heitinger. Music by 
Nathan G. Heitinger. Washington, 
D. C, John F. Ellis & co. " 676 

Copyright by J. F. Ellis & co.. Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1898, no. 43880, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Peerless (The). Waltz for violin, cornet, 
and piano. By F. M. Refuss, [n. i.] 

677 
Copyright by F. M. Refuss, Groton, 
S. Dak. 1898, no. 31208, May 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Perpetual motion. Valse for the piano- 
forte. By Carl Mayer. Arranged and 
edited by Wilson G. Smith. Phila- 
delphia, Hatch music co. [Melodic 
sketches.] . 678 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 43056, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* Pleasant (A) summer. Melody. Easy 
piece for the pianoforte. By Adam 
Geibel. Philadelphia, Hatch music 
co. [Good wishes, no. 4.] 679 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, ' 1898, no. 40618, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Plenty of room in the Park. Written and 
composed by Harry Dacre. 680 

Copyright by Frank Dean & co., Lon- 
don. 1898, no. 43748, Julv 22. 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Poet's (The) dream. Schottische. By 
Will Robb. Piano. Baltimore. 
George Willig & co. 681 

Copyright by Geo. Willig & co., Bal- 
timore, Md. 1898, no. 43224, July 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Poor O'Hoolahan! Song. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker, 
[n.i.] 6S2 

Copyright by T. B. Harms A- co.. New 
York. 1898, no. -14326. Julv 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Praise ye the Lord. Anthem. By T. 
Martin Towne, [n. L] [Fillmore's an- 
them books, no. 6.] 683 
Copyright bv Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42559, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, L898. 

Rally round the flag. Song. Bradbury. 

no. 5037. 68 1 

Copyright bv Regina music box c<>.. 

Railway. N. J. ' L898, no. 43372, Julv 20. 

2 copies rec'd July 20, L898. 

"Remember the humble soldier inn s. 
Song. Words ami music by James P. 
Lock wood. I. it tic Falls. N. Y.. James 
D. Lock wood. 685 

Copyright byj. D. Look wood, Little 

Falls, N. V. lSJS.no. HJJ2. Jul.\ 21 
copies rec'd July 15, L888. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Remember the "Maine." Song. Phillips. 

no. 5038. 686 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 

Rah way, N. J. 1898, no. 43375, July 20. 

2 copies recVl July 20, 1898. 

Ripple (The) and the straw. Written 

and composed by Harry B. Norris. 687 

Copyright by B. Feldrnan, London. 

1898, no. 43328, July 20. 2 copies rec'd 

July 20, 1898. 

River dreams. Song. Words and music 

by Gerald Lane. no. 1 in D. New 

York. Boosey & co. 688 

Copyright bv Enoch &sons, London, 

England. 1898, no. 43986, July 23. 2 

copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

no. 2 in F. New York, Boosey & co. 

689 
Copyright by Enoch & sons, London, 
England. 1898. no. 43987, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 
Rose (The) king. March, two-step. By 
George Lowell Tracy. Piano. Bos- 
ton, White- Smith music pub. co. 690 
Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 43879, July 
22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 
Sam's lament. Plantation song. Words 
by Edward Oxenford. Music by Arnold 
Birch. London, E. Ascherberg & co. 

691 
Copyright by E. Ascherberg & co., 
London, England. 1898, no. 43316, July 
20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* Scherzo. Piano duet. By A.Loschhorn. 

op. 51. no. 11. Revised and fingered 
by Thos. a'Becket. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. 692 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 40621, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

* Secret tears. Song. Words by South- 

well Alvey. Music by Edward St. 
Quentin. no. 3 in E flat. London, 
«Cary & co. 693 

Copyright by Gary & co., London. 
1898, no. 43740, July 22. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 
See Darius in his splendor. Words and 
music by Francis J. Barrett. Supple- 
ment to the order of the Red Cross. 
New York, G. Molineux. 694 

Copyright by F. J. Barrett, New 
York. 1898, no. 42751, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 
Seek ye the Lord. Anthem. By D. O. 
Smith, [n. i.] [Fillmore's anthem 
books, no 4.] 695 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42543, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



* Serenade. By F. Behr. Piano duet. 

Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 696 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
. delphi'a. 1898, no. 40412, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

She may be somebody's mother. Words 
and music by Will C. Carleton. New 
York, J. Stark & co. 697 

Copyright by J. Stark & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 26531, Apr. 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

She's up there. Old glory. Patriotic 
song and chorus. (Male quartet.) 
Words from Atlanta constitution. 
Music by A. M. Wortmau. Vermont, 
111., A. M . Wortman pub. co. 698 

Copyright by A. M. Wortman pub. 
co., Vermont, 111. 1898, no. 44322, July 
25. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Shine on, queen of the stars! Written 
by Alfred J. Morris. Composed by 
Walter Tilbury. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter.' 699 

Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 1898, no. 42879, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

* Sigma (The) alpha epsilon. March. 

Two-step. By Kline F. Leet. Piano. 
Alliance, Ohio, K. F. Leet. 700 

Copyright bv K. F. Leet, Alliance, 
Ohio. 1898, no! 40411, July 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Silhouettes (Les). no. 41. Thai's. Come- 
die lyrique en 5 actes et 7 tableaux de 
J. Massenet. Petites transcriptions 
trCs faciles sur operas en vogue. 
Soigneusement doigtees et accentuees 
par Georges Bull. Paris, Heugel et 
cie. 701 

Copyright bv Heugel et cie, Paris, 
France. 1898," no. 43750, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Silver (A) spoon in his mouth. Written 
and composed by Nat Clifford. 702 

Copyright by Frank Dean & co., 
London. 1898', no. 43747, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Slavonic dance. For the pianoforte. By 
R. Kreutzlin. op. 7, no. 1. Revised 
and lingered by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [End- 
less amusement.] 703 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 43518, July 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 



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Titles — Coil tinned. 



Titles — Continued. 



Sleep, and dream of me. Words by Har- 
riet Pixley Plumb. Music by G. B. 
Brigham. Chicago, Windsor music 
co. 704 

Copyright by H. P. Plumb, Chicago. 
1898, no. 36499] June 13. 2 copies ree'd 
July 18, 1898. 

Sleeping (The) beauty. Song. Words 
by Samuel Roger. Music by J. H. 
Leipold. no. 2 in G flat. London. J. B. 
Cramer & co., ltd. 705 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer &. co., ltd., 
London, England. 1898, no. 43323, July 
20. 2 copies ree'd July 20, 1898. 

Softly now the light of day. Bv Roeckel- 
Ashmall. 706" 

Copyright by Wm. E. Ashmall, Ar- 
lington. N. J. 1898, no. 43046, July 18. 
2 copies ree'd July 18, 1898. 

Song (The) of our nation; or, Fight for 
the right, and free Cuba. Words and 
music by Harry Holliday. New York, 
Feist & Frankentkaler. 707 

Copyright by Feist & Frankentha- 
ler, New York/ 1898, no. 29346, May 11. 
2 copies ree'd July 18, 1898. 

Spain and America; or. Won't you belieye 
it? Won is and music bv N. F. Cave, 
[n.i.] 708 

Copyright by N. F. Cave, Kearney, 
Mo. " 1898, no. 43666, July 21. 2 copies 
ree'd July 21,1898. 

Stars (The) and stripes forever. March. 

Sousa. no. 4102. 709 

Copyright by Regina music box co., 

Rahway, N. J. " 1898, no. 43371. July 20. 

2 copies ree'd July 20, 1898. 

Sweet America. Patriotic song. Com- 
posed by John Heathcock. Harmonized 
and arranged by Carl Jaekel. Chicago, 
J. Heathcock. 710 

Copyright by J. Heathcock, Chicago. 
1898, no. 31153, May 19. 2 copies ree'd 
July 18, 1898. 

Sweet is Thy mercy. Anthem. Words 
by Palmer Hartsough. Music by Wm. 
M. Hutchison. Arranged by Finley 
Lyon, [n.i] [Fillmore's anthem books, 
no. 5.] 711 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. ( )hio. 1898, no. 42548, July 15. 2 
copies ree'd July 22, 1898. 

Sweetheart. (Cceur dame.) Polka 
brilliaute for the pianoforte. By W. 
Lege. op. 47. Revised and fingered 
by H. C.Macdougall. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. [Melodie sketches. | 

712 
Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. ' L898, no. I305H. July 18. 2 
copies ree'd July 18. 1898. 



Tag (Dei) nimmt ab. Fiir gemischten 
chor. Von Gustav Schreck. op. 31. 
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. [Geistliche ge- 
siinge, no. 3.] 713 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 43625, July 21. 2 
copies ree'd July 21, 18J8. 

Te Deum in A flat. By Morgan L. Cooley. 

714 
Copyright by Wm. E. Ashmall, Ar- 
lington, N. J. 1898, no. 43048. July 18. 
2 copies ree'd July 18, 1898. 

Te Deum laudamus. Set to music in the 
key of E flat. By Boyton Smith. 
London, Novello & co., ltd. [Novello's 
parish choir book. no. 375.] 715 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd. y 
London, England. 1898, no. 42884, July 
18. 2 copies ree'd July 18, 1898. 

Tenth regiment march. By O. A. Mere- 
dith. [Piano.] Washington, Pa;, O. 

A.Meredith. " 716 

Copyright by O. A. Meredith. Wash- 
ington, Pa. 1898, no. 41963, July 13. 2 
copies ree'd July 19, 1898. 

That shape won't suit me. Written by 
George A. Stevens and Albert Perry. 
Composed by Albert Perry. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 717 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London, England. 1898, no. 42877. .1 uly 
18. 2 copies ree'd July 16, 1898. 

That's how he sees himself. Written 
and composed by Richard Garcia. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 718 
Copyright by Francis, Day A. Hunter, 
London, England. 1898. no. 4287K, July 
18. 2 copies ree'd July 16, 1898. 

There is a green hill. Anthem. Words 
by Mrs. C. F. Alexander. Music by Fin- 
ley Lyon. [n. i.] [Fillmore's anthem 
books, no. 5.] 719 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42550, July 15. 2 
copies ree'd July 22, L898. 

There's :i peculiar thing! Written and 
composed by Frank Leo. London. 

Francis, Day & Hunter. 720 

Copyright by Francis, Day»& Hunter, 
London. England. 1898, no. 12875, July 
18. 2 copies roe'd July It!. 1898. 

They fought fox their country. Words 
and music 1>\ Geo. J. Liters. Balti- 

more, Md.,Geo. Willig A. co. 721 

Copyright in Geo. w illig iS co., Bal- 
timore, Md. 1*898, no. 43223, July 19. - 
copies ree'd July L9, 1898. 



192 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Three songs. 1. Those azure, azure eyes. 

2. Soft and gently through my soul. 

3. In the dreamy woocl I wander. 
Words from the German of Heine. 
Music by Garnet Wolseley Cox. 722 

Copyright by Boose v & co., London. 
1898, no. 42887, July 18. 2 copies rec'd 
July 18, 1898. 

* To the chase. Auf zur jagd. By F. 
Behr. Revised and tingered by Thomas 
Williams. Piano duet. Philadel- 
phia, Hatch music co. 723 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 40415. July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 
Topsy. From H. Cecil Beryl's musical 
play, "Bilberry of Tilbury. v Music by 
Edward Deain. London, B. Feld- 

man. 724 

Copyright by B. Feldman, London. 
1898, no. 43629, July 21. 2 copies rec'd 
July 21, 1898. 

* Twin-star march. By Jos. Cullen. 
Banjo duet. Pittsburg, Pa., Hambay 
music co. 725 

Copyright bv Hambay music co., 
Pittsburg, Pa. * 1898. no. 40626, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 
Ulstermen. Popular song. Words and 
music bv A. £. J. McCreary. Lon- 
don, Weekes & co. 726 

Copyright by Weekes & co., London, 
England. 1898, no. 43971, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 
Uncle Sammy's navy ; or, The boys in blue. 
Song. Words and music by B. Morrill 
Noyes, [n. i.] 727 

Copyright bv White-Smith music 
pub. co., "Boston. 1898. no. 43513, July 
20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Orchestra accompaniment to song, 

[n.i.] 728 

Copyright bv White-Smith music 
pub. cb.. Boston. 1898. no. 43514, Julv 
20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 
Unto Thee, O God. do we give thanks. 
Anthem for harvest. Composed by 
Bruce Steane. London, Novello tfc 
co. ltd. [Xo vello's octavo authems, 
no. 601.] 729 

Copyright bv Novello & co., ltd., 
London, England. 1898, no. 42883, July 
18. 2 copies rec'd July 18. 1898. 
Yalse bohemienne. Yalse de salon for 
the pianoforte. By Anton Dvorak, 
op. 54. Edited by Wilson G. Smith. 
Philadelphia. Hatch music co. [Me- 
lodic sketches.] 730 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phila- 
. delphia. 1898, no. 43055, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 



Valse caprice. For mandolin and piano. 
By Hubert G. Oke. London, Robert 
Cocks & co. 731 

Copyright by R. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don, England, * 1898. no. 43322, July 20. 

2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Yalse caprice. Valse de salon. For the 
pianoforte. By Fritz Spindler. op. 119. 
Revised and fingered by Wilson G. 
Smith. Philadelphia, Hatch music 
co. [Melodic sketches.] 732 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, " 1898^ no. 43053, Julv 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

■ Vision (A) of life. Song. Words by 
Gunby Hadath. Music by Piccolomini. 
No. 2. In C. London, Cary & co., 

733 
Copyright by Cary & co., London. 
1898, no. 43739, Julv 22. 2 copies rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 

Visions of the mystic isle. Waltz. For 

3 mandolins and guitar. By L. L. 
Doubt, [n.i.] 734 

Copyright by L. L. Doubt, St. Louis, 
Mo. 1898, no/ 15754, May 7. 1 copy 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1898. 1 copy rec'd July 
20, 1898. 

Von der spielmannsiahrt. (The min- 
strel's tour.) Gedicht von Julius Gers- 
dorff. Ein liederspiel fur kleinen chor 
oder 4 solostiminen, mit begleitung des 
pianoforte. Componirt vou Heinrich 
Hofmann. op. 127. No. 1. Die amsel 
singt. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 

735 
Copyright bv Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1898." no. 43622, July 21. 2 
copies rec'd July 21. 1898. 

Walkiire (Die). Brunnhilde begs for 
mercy., Wagner. ^Eolian arrange- 
ment. ^Eoliaii grand, no. 30431, [n. i.] 

736 
Copyright by JEolian co., New York. 
1898. no. '40817, July 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 

Chorus of Valkyries. Wagner. 

.Eolian arrangement. ^Eolian grand, 
no. 30430, [n. i.] 737 

Copyright by JEolian co., New York. 
1898rno/4()X16. Julv 7. 2 copies rec'd 
J uly 20, 1898. 

The flight of Siegmund and Sieg- 

linde. Wagner. .Eoli an arrangement. 
.Eolian grand, no. 30426, [n. i.] 738 
Copyright by .Eolian co., New York. 



1898,no.408l5. July 7. 
July 20, 1898. 



copies rec'd 



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Titles — Continued. 

Walkiire (Die). Siegniuud and Sieglinde. 
Love duet. Wagner. ./Eolian arrange- 
nient. JEolian grand, no. 40814, [n. i.] 

739 
Copyright by Molian co., New York. 
1898, no. 40814, Julv 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. ' 

Waltz. For the pianoforte. By Paul 
Ambrose, op. 14. no. 2. New York. 
J. H. Schroeder. 740 

Copyright by J. H. Schroeder, New 
York. " 1898, no. 43855, July 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

We can't forget the "Maine. 7 ' Words 
and music by W. R. Williams. Chi- 
cago, AVill Rossiter. 741 
Copyright by W. Rossiter, Chicago. 
1898, no. 35015, June 7. 2 copies rec'd 
July 18, 1898. 

We haven't spoken since. Composed by 
Bennett Scott. Written by A. J. 
Mills. 742 

Copyright by B. Feldman, London. 
1898, no. 43330, July 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, 1898. 

What the , what the , what 

the shall we do? Written and 

composed by Fred W. Leigh. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 743 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 1898, no. 42873, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

What the wild waves said in old Manila- 
bay. A humorous, patriotic song. 
Words by P. J. O'Malley. Music by 
E. H. Bailey. Boston. White-Smith 
music pub. co. 744 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 43878, July 
22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

When the roses are in bloom. Written 
by Sylvanus Dauncey and Geo. D. 
Day. Composed by Guy Jones. 745 
Copyright by B. Feldman, London. 
1898, no. 43331, July 20. 2 copies rec'd 
July 20, "" 



Titles — Continued. 

Who's afraid? A camp song. By Henri 
Fairweather, [n.i.J 746 

Copyright by H. Fairweather, Ala- 
meda, Cal. 1898, no. 43370, July 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Will my dream come true? Written and 
composed by Charles Osborne. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day <fc Hunter. 747 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 1898, no. 42872, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Will you know me, mother dear? Writ- 
ten and composed by Nat Clifford. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 748 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun, 
ter, London, England. 1898, no. 42874- 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Women (The). Written and composed 
by W. A. Brabner. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 749 

Copyright by Francis, Dav & Hun- 
ter, London, England. 1898,"iio. 42878, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

Would you if you could? Song. Words 
by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave 
Kerker, [n.i.] 750 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., New 



York. 1898, no. 44325, July 25. 
ies rec'd July 23, 1898. 



cop- 



Yankee pig war song; or, The new Yan- 
kee Doodle. 751 

Copyright by George Alexander Way, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 1898, no. 41745, July 
12. 2 copies of words rec'd July 19, 
1898. 

22d regiment march. By V ictor Herbert. 
Arranged by Otto Langey for orchestra. 
New York, Edward Sen u berth & co. 

752 
Copyright by E. Schubert h & oo., 
New York. 1898, no. 44033, July 23, 2 
copies rec'd July 23. 1898. 



194 



V. MAPS AND 



(Arranged alphabetically bv the subject word of each title 

Catalogue.) 



HARTS. 

For index of proprietors see end of 



Titles. 



Alturas, Modoc county, Cal. 



June, 1898. 
71 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 11828, 
July 12. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Alva, Woods county, Okla. June, 1898. 

72 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43886, 
July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Bamberg, Bamberg county, S. C. June. 

73 



Titles — Continued. 



Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 13522, 
July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Bronx, city of New York (New map of 

the borough of the). 74 

Copyright by Colton, Ohman & co., 

New York. 1898, no. 42575, July 15. 

2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 
Brooklyn, city of New York. (New map 

of the borough of). 75 

Copyright by Colton, Ohman & co., 

New York. 1898, no. 42574, July 15. 2 

copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Brownwood, Brown county, Tex. June, 
1898. 76 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map | 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43523, j 
July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Bushnell, McDonough county, 111. May, ! 
1898. ' 77 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map i 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43524, | 
July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Chattanooga battlefields (Map of the), 
November, 1863. Orchard Knob, 23d; 
Lookout Mountain, 24th; Missionary 
Eidge, 25th. 78 

Copyright by C. W. Norwood, Chat- 
tonooga, Tenn.' 1898, no. 27298, Apr. 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Chesapeake bay (Eldridge's chart of), 
with the James, York, Rappahannock, 
and Potomac rivers. 79 

Copyright by Geo. Eldridge and A. 
C. Cushing. 1898, no. 38844, June 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Chickamauga, Ga. (Battle map of), Satur- 
day, 19; Sunday, 20; September, 1863. 

80 
Copyright by C. AY. Norwood, Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. 1898, no. 27297, Apr. 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



Chilton, Calumet county, Wis 
1898. 



June, 
81 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43227, 
July 19. 2 copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 



Coleman, Coleman county, Tex 

1898. 



May, 

82 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co„ ltd., New York. 1898. no. 43228, 
July 19. 2 copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Colfax, Placer county, Cal. June, 1898. 

83 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., San Francisco, Cal. 1898, 

no. 41830, July 12. 2 copies rec'd July 

22, 1898. 

Downingtown, Chester county, Pa. June. 

1898. 84 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43887, 

July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Elmhurst, Du Page county, 111. June, 

1898. 85 

Copyright by Sanborn Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43888, 

July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Elmwood, Peoria county, 111. June, 1898. 

86 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd.. New York. 1898, no. 43889, 
July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Evanston, Uinta county, Wvo. May. 
1898. 87 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co.. ltd., San Francisco, Cal. 1898, no. 
39474, Juue 29. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 
1898. 



1\ 



1898. [Insurance 



Fort Worth, 
maps.] 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 41823, 
July 12. 2 copies rec'd July 24, 1898. 

*Gold fields, Alaska, and Northwest ter- 
ritory. [Anderson's map of] 89 
Copyright by O. P. Anderson map 
and blue print co., Seattle, Wash. 1898, 
no. 20316, Mar. 29. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
29, 1898. 

Huron, Beadle county, S. Dak. June, 

1898. 90 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898. no. 43229, 

July 19 2 copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 



195 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Ithaca, Tompkins county, N. Y. Insur- 
ance maps. June, 1898. 91 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 44160, 
July 23. 2 copies rec'd July 33, 1898. 

Larchmont, Westchester county, N. Y. 

May, 1898. 92 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43525, 

July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Las Vegas, San Miguel countv, N. Mex. 

June, 1898. 93 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43526, 

July 20. 2 copies rec'd J uly 20, 1898. 

Manhattan, city of New York. (New map 

of the borough of) 94 

Copyright by Colton, Ohman &, co., 

New York. 1898, no. 42573, July 15. 2 

copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Minnesota. 95 

Copyright by Mutual life insurance 

co., New York. 1898, no. 44039, July 23. 

2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Olyphant, Lackawanna county, Pa. 

June, 1898. 96 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43230, 

July 19. 2 copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Philadelphia to New Brunswick and 
Plainfield, N. J. (Sectional road map.) 

97 
Copyright by R. D. Servoss, New 
York. * 1898, no. 43168. July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

* Record of productive counties for the 

month of . Illinois. 98 

Copyright by Mutual life insurance 
co., New York. 1898, no. 36817, June 15. 
2 copies rec'd June 15, 1898. 

Minnesota. 99 

Copyright by Mutual life insurance 
co., New York. 1898, no. 44040, July 23. 
2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

New Jersey. 100 

Copyright by Mutual life insurance 
co., New Vfork. 1898, no. 37558, June 18. 
2 copies rec'd June 18, 1898. 

* North Dakota. 101 

Copyright bv Mutual life insurance 
co., New York.' 1898, no. 36816, June 15. 
2 copies ree.'d June 15, 1898. 

St. Charles, Kane county, 111. June, 1898. 

102 
Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. Hi:.!'. 
July 23. 2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Schenevus, Otsego county, N. Y. June, 

1898. 103 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43890, 

July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Schoharie, Schoharie county, N. Y. June, 

1898. 104 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43881, 

July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Shelbyville, Shelby county, 111. June, 

1898. 105 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43527, 

July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Springer, Colfax county, N. Mex. June, 

1898. 106 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43528, 

July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 



Sturgeon Bay, Door county, ^Yis 

1898. 



June, 
107 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898. no. 43529, 
July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Sullivan, Moultrie county, 111. June, 

1898.. 108 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43882, 

July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Taunton, Mass. 1898. Insurance maps. 

109 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 41822, 
July 12. 2 copies rec'd July 22. 1S9S. 



Tifton, Berrien county, Ga, 



June, 1898. 
110 



Copyright by Sanborn- IV iris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 4Jss;;. 
July 22. 2 copies rec'd J uly 22. L898. 

Truckee, Nevada county. Cal. June. L898. 

Ill 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., "New York. 1898, no. U829, 
July 12. 2 copies rec'd July L9, 1898. 

Two Rivers, Manitowoc connty, Wis. 

June, 1898. 112 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd.. 'New York. L898, no. USSI. 

July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 22. L898. 

Vandalia, Fayette countv. 111. June, 

L898. 113 

Copyright l>\ Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. L898, no. U158, 

Jul\ 23. 2 copies rec'd July 23, L898. 



196 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Warren, Bristol county, R. I. June, 1898. 

114 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43530, 

July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Woodward, Woodward county, O. T. 

June, 1898. 115 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43885, 

July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

World (The). 116 

Copyright by Geo. H. Walker & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 36061, June 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

World (Map of the) on rnercator's pro- 
jection. 117 
Copyright by McConnell school sup- 
ply co., Philadelphia. 1898, no. 42786, 
July 16. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 



VI. ENGRAVINGS, GUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Accidents will happen. 142 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
rnann, New York. 1898, no. 43239, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Appreciated. 143 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
mann/New York. 1898, no. 43236, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Artillery operating before Santiago. 144 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. ' 1898, no.' 43558, July 20. 2 copies 
rec'd July 20, 1898. 

At the summer hotel. 145 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun. New York. 1898, no. 43255, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Bench and bar. Minneapolis, Minn. 1898. 

146 
Copyright by H. R. Earle, New York. 
1898, no. 42257. July 14. 2 copies rec'd 
July 22, 1898. 

Black birch, sweet birch, cherry birch. 
(Betula lenta, 1.) Chester county, Pa. 

147 
Copyright by J. T. Rothrock, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 43891, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Black cat, title-page. Design for Sept.. 
1898. 148 

Copyright by Shortstory pub. co., 
Boston. 1898," no. 43170, July 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Bowery (The) burlesquers. "Concert 
hall." A slumming party, no. 6233. 
1 sheet. 149 

Copyright by H. C. Miner litho. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 42952, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 



Bringing in wounded. 150 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 43547, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Brotherhood (The) of consolation. 151 
Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. * 1898, no. 43757, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22. 1898. 

Burning of ''Maria Teresa'* on the eyen- 
ing of July 3d. 152 

Copyright by W. E. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 43563, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Camp Merritt. San Francisco. June, 
1898. 153 

Copyright by W. B. Tyler, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 1898, no. 43376, July 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Camp of the Bough Eiders. July 5. 154 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no 1 . 43700. July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Camp of 16th Regulars. 155 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43893, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Camping in the street. 156 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43897, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Caught on picket duty. 157 

Copyright by Geo. R. Woodruff, Ra- 
yenna^Ohio. 1898, no. 40639, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

* Circus poster. 1-sheet, no. 1. 158 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898. no. 29401, May 
11. 2 copies rec'd May 31, 1898. 



197 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



"Circus poster. 1-sheet, no. 2. 159 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 
Cincinnati. Ohio. 1898, no. 29402, May 
11. 2 copies rec'd May 31, 1898. 

no. 3. 160 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898. no. 29403, May 
11. 2 copies rec'd May 31, 1898. 



no. 4. 



161 



Copyright bv United States ptg. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 29404, May 
11. 2 copies rec'd May 31, 1898. 

no. 5. 162 

Copyright bv United States ptg. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 29400, May 
11. 2 copies rec'd May 31, 1898. 

Clear the way. 163 

Copyright by Life pub. co.. New 
York. 1898, no. 44165, July 23. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Cross section of a modern wet-crushing 

stamp battery. 164 

Copyright by Union iron works, San 

Francisco, Cal. 1898, no. 43377, July 

20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Cuban hospital. 165 

Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 43549, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Cutaway coat. Spring, 1898. no. 3. 166 
Copyright by Stein-Bloch co., New 
York. 1898, no. 42364, July 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1898. 

Dinner (A) with Co. A, 24th reg't. 167 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 43560, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Dominant races. 168 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
m ami, "New York. 1898, no. 43249, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 



Double-breasted sack, 
no. 4. 



Spring, 1898. 
169 



Copyright by Stein-Bloch co., New 
York. * 1898, no. 42365, July 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1898. 



Electrical show. 



170 



Copyright by M. J. Shaughnessy, 
New York. 1898, no. 23430*, Apr. 13. 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 30, 1898. 

Emblem of liberty. 171 

Copyright by Geo. J. Kraft, New 
York. 1898, no. 30689, May 17. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 



Field hospital tents near h'dq'rs. 172 

Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 43550, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

First (The) sale day. 173 

Copyright by L. D. Weil, Chicago. 
1898, no. 35058, June 7. 2 copies rec'd 
June 7, 1898. 

Forewarned, forearmed. 174 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 43248, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Garcia and his staff. 175 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York/ 1898, no. 43555, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

General headquarters. 176 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. " 1898, no. 43257, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Godefroid meets M. Bernard. 177 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. '1898,1)0.43761, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Golden (A) opportunity. 178 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 43253. July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

* Golf cycle suit. Spring, 1898. no. 5. 179 
Copyright by Stein-Bloch co.. New 
York. 1898, no. 42366, July 14, 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1898. 

Graves of fallen " Rough riders." 180 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 43261. July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 
Graves of the " Rough Riders'' of La 
Quasinias. 181 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, N&ss 
York. ' 1898, no'. 43708. July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Heaven. 1SL 1 

Copyright by Keppler & Sohwarz- 
rnann, New York. 1898, no. 43252, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Hill from which Spaniards poured hot 
lire during the day. Americans were 
sending in volleys from this hill late 
in the afternoon. 183 

Copyright by ,). (i. Hen net t. New 
York." 1898, no. 43554, July 20, 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 
Hobson (R. P.), L84 

Copyright by C. C. Fulton & i'o.. 
Baltimore, Md. 189S.no. llOU.Juh 23. 
2 copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 



198 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Hobson returning from his Santiago 
prison. 185 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett. New- 
York. 1898, no. 43702, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Hobson's men returning to the American 
lines. 186 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. " 1898, no. 43703, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Hospital headquarters. 187 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 43548, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

How the "Alinirante Oquendo" was 

beached. 188 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 1898, no. 43067, July 18. 2 

copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Impromptu (An) hospital near Siboney. 

189 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. * 1898, no'. 43231, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

In the Champs-Elysees. 190 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. ' 1898, no. 43758, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

In Chesnay wood. 191 

Copyright bv George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. ~1898, no. 43755, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

In the Rue Chauvinesse. 192 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 13754, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

In the Rue Corueille. 193 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 

Philadelphia, " 1898, no. 43759, July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

In the Rue Notre-Dame. 194 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 

Philadelphia, 1898, no. 43760, July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

In the trenches before Santiago. 195 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43065, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 
Inflating big war balloon. 196 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. * 1898, no.' 43232, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19,1898. 

Interior of fort at El Caney. 197 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 43260, July 19. 2 copies 
rec'd July 19, 1898. 



Law (The) of attraction. 198 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,New York. 1S98, no. 43254, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Lingering doubts. 199 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 43240, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Ludlow (Col.), of engineer corps, ascend- 
ing in war balloon. 200 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 43557, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

! " Maria (The) Teresa." 201 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 43565, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

j "Maria (The) Teresa" aground. 202 

Copyright by .James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43069, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd Jnly 18, 1898. 

"Mary, is that young man in the parlor?" 
(etc.) 203 

Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York." 1898, no. 44164, July 23. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

i Military terms. 204 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 43237, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Morning (The) of July 5 in the rifle pits 

to the left of the famous blockhouse 

; at San Juan. 205 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 

York. 1898, no.'43559, July 20. 2 copies 

rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Nana, chaps. 1. 2, 3. 5, 6, 7, 8. 10, 11, 12, 13, 
14. 206-217 

Copyright by Geo. Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. '1898, no. 43127-43138, 
July 19. 2 copies each rec'd July 19, 
1898. 

| Near El Caney relief station. 218 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43900, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

' Near Red Cross headquarters, El Caney. 

219 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43899, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



Nothing to criticise. 



220 



Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann. New York. 1898, no. 43245, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 



199 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Outskirts of Siboney. 221 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43898, July 22. 2 
copies ree'd July 22, 1898. 

Pack train taking rations to front. 222 
Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, New 
York/ 1898, no. 43552, July 20. 2 copies 
rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Panine (The). 223 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 37842, June 20. 2 
copies rec'd June 20, 1898. 

Pansy (The). 224 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New Y'ork. 1898, no. 37840, June 20. 2 
copies rec'd June 20, 1898. 

Paris (The). 225 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 37839, June 20. 2 
copies rec'd June 20, 1898. 

Parma (The). (The Parma, the Pal- 
las). 226 
Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 1898, No. 37835, June 20. 2 
copies rec'd June 20, 1898. 

Patterson (Col.), 22d, Lawton's division, 

wounded. 227 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 

York. 1898, no. 43553, July 20. 2 copies 

rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Paula (The). (The Paula, the Pepita, 

the Petite, the Pearl, the Polly.) 228 

Copyright by American fashion co., 

New York. 1898, no. 37838, June 20. 2 

copies rec'd June 20, 1898. 

Penelope (The). 229 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 37841, June 20. 2 
copies rec'd June 20, 1898. 

Piccadilly (The). 230 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 37836, June 20. 2 
copies rec'd June 20, 1898. 

Point (A) of resemblance. 231 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New Y'ork. 1898, no. 43242, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Powerful (The) fleet of Commodore John 

Crittenden Watson. 232 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 1898, no. 43061, July 18. 2 

copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Princess (The). 233 

Copyright by American fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 37837, June 20. 2 
copies rec'd June 20, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Proof that the flag is safe. 234 

Copyright by Geo. R. Woodruff, 
Ravenna, Ohio. 1898, no. 40613, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Protracting the campaign. 235 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, IS ew York. 1898, no. 43244, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Provision (A) train. 236 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43894, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Ready to fight for the stars and stripes. 

237 
Copyright by Geo. R. Woodruff, 
Ravenna, Ohio. 1898, no. 40638, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Refugees bathing. 238 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43896, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Refugees crowding to the Red Cross 
headquarters at Siboney. 239 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York/ 1898, no". 43699, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Refugees fleeing to Siboney for food. 240 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 43706, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Refugees in the square, El Caney. 241 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. " 1898, no. 43704, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Refugees on the road. 242 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett. New 
York. 1898, no. 43701, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Refugees on road to Siboney. 213 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898. no. 43895, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Resting in the trenches. 211 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43066, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18. 1898. 

Result (The). 245 

Copyright by Keppler A Schwai 
niann.New York. L898, no. 43238, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21. 1898, 

Return (The) of Mongenod, 246 

Copyright i>\ George B&rrie a son. 

Philadelphia. ' 1898, no. 13756, Julj 22. 

2 copies ree'd .Inly 22. I SI'S. 



200 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, ASD PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Right (The) wing of the invading army. 

247 
Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, New 
York. ' 1898, uo." 43551, Julv 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Rough (The) riders. 248 

Copyright by Keppler <Sc Schwarz- 
mann,'New York. 1898, no. 13235. July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

* Sack suit. Spring, 1898. no. 2. 219 

Copyright by Stein-Bloch co.. New 
York. * 1898, no. 42363, July 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1898. 

* Sampson (Rear-admiral William T.), 

U. S. N. 250 

Copvright bv Leslie's weekly, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 33007, May 27. "2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 27, 1898. 

* Say, there, you Spaniard. 251 

Copvright by Geo. R. Woodruff, Ra- 
venna* Ohio. 1898, no. 40641, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Scranton, Pa,, 1898, and its enterprising 

promoters. 252 

Copvright by John AY. Magnire, 

Scranton, Pa. 1898, no. 43802, July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Sea-going battle ship in dry dock. 253 
Copyright bv George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. * 1898. no. 43060, Julv 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Serious (A) problem. 254 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898. no. 43251, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Setting up and printing the Cuban edi- 
tion of the Journal. " 255 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York". * 1898, no. 43568, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Seventy-first (The) regiment under cover. 

256 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43064, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Shatter's (Gen.) tent. 257 

Copyright by J. G. Beunett. New 
York. 1898, no. 43256, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Show your colors before passing Sandy 
Hook. 258 

Copyright by Geo. P. Woodruff, Ra- 
venna. Ohio. 1898, no. 40636, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 



Social advance. 259 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann. New York. 1898, no. 43247, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Soldier's (A) glorious shroud. 260 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst. New 
York. 1898, no." 43709, Julv 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Spain's pride, the "Cristobal Colon," as 
she now appears. 261 

Copvright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. ' 1898. no. 43573. July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Spanish prisoners at El Caney. 262 

Copvright bv W. R. Hearst. New 
York. " 1898. no*. 43233, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Spanish prisoners going to be exchanged 
for Hobson and his men. 263 

Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, New 
York. ' 1898. no. 43705, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21. 1898. 

Spanish prisoners taken the second day 

of the light. 264 

Copvright by James Gordon Bennett. 

New York. 1898. no. 43901, July 22. 2 

copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Specimen of Spanish trenches at Santi- 
ago. 265 
Copvright bv W. R, Hearst. New 
York. * 1898, no". 43561. Julv 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898.' 

Starboard view of Cervera's flagship 
after the fight. 266 

Copvright bv W. R. Hearst, New 
York." 1898, no. 43572, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* Stein-Bloch (The) frock and over sack. 
Spring, 1898. no. 1. 267 

Copvright by Stein-Bloch co., New 
York. * 1898, no. 42362, July 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1898. 

Stern view of the " Yizcava" as she lav 
after the great fight. 268 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. * 1898. no. 43570, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* Storm (The). 269 

Copyright by Geo. R. Woodruff, Ra- 
venna! Ohio. '1898, no. 40640, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Stretcher on which Rough Riders were 
carried from the field. 270 

Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 43259, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 



201 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Surprise (A). 271 

Copyright by iveppler & Schwarz- 
mann,*New York. 1898, no. 43250, Julv 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Taking Spanish captives to the Jour- 
nal's dispatch boat " Silvia." 272 
Copyright bv W. R. Hearst, New 
York. * 1898. no. 43569, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* "Texas Bill," one of Teddy's terrors, 
on scout duty. 273 

Copyright by Geo. R. Woodruff, Ra- 
venna, Ohio. 1898, no. 40637, July 5. 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

* Top coat. Spring, 1898. no. 6. 274 

Copyright bv Stein-Bloch co., New 
York. 1898, no! 42367, July 14. 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1898. 

Trunk of black birch — sweet birch — 
cherry birch. (Betulalenta, 1.) Ches- 
ter co., Pa. 275 
Copyright bv J. T. Rothrock, Phila- 
delphia. 1898,' no. 43892, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Turret (The) of the "Maria Teresa" 276 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, no. 43068, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Two Spanish officers captured. 277 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 43707, July 21. 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1898. 

* Unexpected (An) strike in the Klon- 

dike. 278 

Copyright by Geo. R. Woodruff, Ra- 
venna, Ohio. 1898, no. 40642, July 5. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 



Titles — C ontinued . 

Unfortunate officiousness. 279 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 43241, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Waiting for the verdict. 280 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 43246, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Walking. 281 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 1898, no. 43243, July 
19. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Wounded (A) American. 282 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 43258, July 19. 2 copies 
rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Wounded Spanish, taken on the spot. 

283 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. ' 1898, no/43556, July 20. 2 copies 
rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Wreck of the armored cruiser "Almi- 

rante Oquendo." 284 

Copyright bv W. R. Hearst, New 

York. 1898, no? 43571, July 20. 2copies 

rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Wreck of the torpedo boat destroyer 

"Pluton." 285 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 1898, no. 43063, July 18. 2 

copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Yachting (A) costume. 286 

Copyright by S. M. Baldwin, New 
York. ■ 1898, no. 41562, July 11. 2 copies 
rec'd July 18. 1898. 



VII. OHEOMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of CATALOGUE.) 



Air (The) ship 
1 sheet. 



An actual scene. 



6325. 
36 

Copyright by H. C. Miner litho. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 42954, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Battle of Manila bay. N. Y. no. 8137. 

37 
Copyright bv Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42269, ,1 ul v 
14. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Best (The) things that float. 38 

Copyright by Fairbank (N. K.) co., 
New York. 1898, no. 43813, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



*Best (The) yet, 

Copyright by Henry Seibert & bro 
co., Boston. L898, no. 23667, Apr. 14 
2 copies rec'd July 15, L898. 



m 



Big 4 comedians. 

Copyright by United States pr 
Russell-Morgan print. Cincinnati) 



10 



L898, no. 12958, Julv IS. 
July 18, 1898. 

California peaches. 



Ohio, 
copies rec'd 



II 

Copyright bv W. H. Bull, San Fran- 
oisco, Cal, L898, no. 43902, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22. 1898. 



202 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Capture of El Caney, El Paso, and forti- 
fications of Santiago. 42 
Copyright by Kurz & Allison. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 43815, July 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Day (A) in June. 43 

Copyright by Knapp (Joseph P.) 
1898, no. 43810, July 22. 2 copies rec'd 
July 22, 1898. 

Destruction of Admiral Cervera's Spanish 
fleet off Santiago de Cuba. 44 

Copyright by Kurz & Allison, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 43816, July 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Juiy 22, 1898. 

Excitement on the Board of trade. 45 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 

Russell-Morgan print, Cincinnati , Ohio. 

1898, no. 42960, Julv 18. 2 copies rec'd 

July 18, 1898. 

Female (A) drummer. "Cab, cab, cab." 

6310. 1 sheet. 46 

Copyright bv H. C. Miner litho. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 42953, July 18. 

2 copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Female (A) drummer. Miss Hasa Bar- 
gain. 47 
Copyright by United States ptg. co., 
Russeil-Morgannrint, Cincinnati, Ob io. 
1898, no. 42959, July 18. 2 copies rec'd 
July 18, 1898. 



Moonlight bicycle ride. 



Titles — Continued. 

Paneless (A) operation. 51 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 

Russell-Morgan print, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1898, no. 42957, July 18. 2 copies rec'd 

July 18, 1898. 



First part. N. Y. no. 8089. 1-sheet. 48 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 34417, June 
4. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 



49 



Copyright by United States ptg. co., 
Russell-Morgan print, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
1898, no. 42961, July 18. 2 copies rec'd 
July 18, 1898. 

My lady's glove. 50 

Copyright by Joseph P. Knapp, New 
York. 1898, no. 43812, July 22. 2 con- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



: Partridge. 



52 



Copyright by H. T. Waters, La 
Crosse, Wis. 1898, no. 43814, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Prize beauty. 53 

Copyright by A. G. Van Nostrand, 
New York. 1898, no. 42951, July 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Richards and Pringles-Rusco and Hol- 
lands big minstrel festival. 54 
Copyright by United States ptg. co., 
Russell-Morgan print. 1898, no. 42955, 
July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* Scott's (Oliverj refined negro minstrels. 

no. 3070. 3 sheet. 55 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 33766, May 

31. 2 copies rec'd May 31, 1898. 

no. 3073. 3-sheet. 56 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 29399, May 
11. 2 copies rec'd May 31, 1898. 

Sing ! sing ! change cars for two years. 57 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 

Russell-Morgan print, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1898, no. 42956, July 18. 2 copies rec'd 

July 18, 1898. 

Spring (A) chicken. 58 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 

Russeil-Morgan print, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1898, no. 42962, July 18. 2 copies rec'd 

July 18, 1898. 

Toledo. "Ohio centennial, 1903." 59 

Copyright by Henry G. Breed, jr., 
New York. 1898, no. 42963, July 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

West Citzens. N. Y. no. 8095. 3 sheet. 

60 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 34415, June 
4. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 



203 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

( Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles — Continued. 

*Adrninistration arch. (no. 3). 413 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 

Nebr. 1898. no. 37300, June 17. 1 copy 

rec'd June 17, 1898; 1 copy rec'd July 

5, 1898. 

Akabo. 617. • 414 

Copyright by J. S. Johnston, New 
York. 1898, no. 43267, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 



Nebr. 1898, no. 36527, June 13. 



cop- 



ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 
Battleship "Helena." 12629. 428 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. II. 1898, no. 43911, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

■ 12645. 424 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton', N.H. 1898, no 43927, July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22, L898. 

4471— Vol. ll>, No. 3 4 



627. 415 

Copyright by J. S. Johnston, New 

York. " 1898, no. 43268, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

American cavalrymen, Tampa, Fla. 
12631. 416 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43913, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

American cruisers. 12648. 417 

Copyright by Benj. AY. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43934, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

"American steamer "Mascotte," Havana. 
42. 418 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34832, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6,1898; 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Arch of States, (no. 366). 419 

Copyright by T. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 

- Nebr/ 1898, no. 43093, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* Arena where bull rights occur, Havana. 

11. 420 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34804, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

At start of trial race. 633. 421 

Copyright by J. S. Johnston, New 
York. 1898, no. 43274, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

* Band stand, no. 18. 422 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 



Titles — Continued. 

Battleship "Minneapolis" and her offi- 
cers. 12625. 425 
Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, 
Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43907, July 
22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Battleship "Texas." 12628. 426 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, 
Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43910, July 
22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Battleship "Texas "and her crew. 12627. 

427 
Copyright by Benj. AY. Kilburn, 
Littleton, N. H. 1898^ no. 43909, July 
22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Battleship "Texas" and her officers. 

12626. 428 

Copyright bv Benj. W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H.' 1898^ no. 43908, July 
22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Beginning of an easterly storm. 429 

Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, 
Annisquam, Mass. 1898, no. 43071, July 
18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* Bird's-eye view, grand court, no. 71. 430 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36542, June 13. 2 copies 
rec'd June 11, 1898. 

no. 73. 431 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 

Nebr. 1898, no. 36543, June 13. 2 copies 

rec'd June 11, 1898. 

Blow! blow the bugle; rally for the 

"Maine." 12636. 432 

Copyright bv Benj. W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H." 1898, no. 43918, July 

22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

*Blue (The) and the Gray bound for 

Manila, no. 1. no. 3. 433 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 

Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 40385, J uly 2. 2 

copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

■ no. 2. b> 1 

Copyright by M. 11. Zahner. Niagara 
Falls. N.Y. 1898, no. 40387, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, L898. 

Burglar (The). 435 

Copyright bv Thomas A. Edison. 
Orange, N.J. 1898. no. 10021, July I. 
2 copies reo'd July 21. 1898. 

* Caotus by the roadside. 60. 136 

Copyright by Geo. W, Curtiss. Kansas 
City,Mo. 1898, no. 35806, June L0. I 
eop\ reo'd June 10, 1898. l oopy reo'd 
July 13, L898. 



204 

PHOTOGKAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Cafe la Luna, Ha vana. 16. 437 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss. Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34807, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copv rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Carrying fodder and corn, Matanzas. 
22. 438 

Copyright bv Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34812, June 6. 1 
copv rec'd June 6. 1898. 1 copy rec'd j 
July 13, 1898. 

* Cathedral, Havana. 439 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas [ 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34827, June 6. 1 
copv rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

49. 440 

Copyright bvGeo.YT. Curtiss. Kansas ! 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34839, June 6. 1 
copV rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copv rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Chapel at Montserrat. Front view. 18. 

44 L 

Copvright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34809, June 6. 1 

copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

July 13, 1898. 

Rear view. 19. 442 

Copyright by Geo. YY. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34810, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Cicada. 628, 443 

Copyright by J. S. Johnston, New ' 
York. 1898, no. 43269, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

629. 444 

Copvright by J. S. Johnston, New 
York. l 1898, no'. 43270, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Clay (Henry). 12661. 445 

Copyright bv Benj. W. Kilburn. Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43943, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 
Colonial. 446 

Copvright by Towle mfg. co., New- 
bury port, Mass. 1898, no. 43380, July 
20. " 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* Colonnade, no. 8. 447 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 

Nebr. 1898, no. 37305, June 17. 1 copy 

rec'd June 17, 1898. 1 copy rec'd July 

5, 1898. 

Columbia admiring her navy. 12635. 448 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898. no. 43917, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

Columbia to the rescue; justice for the 
"Maine." 12637. 449 

Copvright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43919, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Cooking in camp, Tampa, Fla. 12633. 

450 
Copyright bv Benj. AY. Kilburn. Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43915, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Country (A) Cuban home. 25. 451 

Copvright bv Geo.TT. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34815, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Court, west end. no. 5. 452 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 37302, June 17. 1 copy 
rec'd June 17, 1898. 1 copv rec'd July 
5, 1898. 

* Cuban (A) garden, Matanzas. 453 

Copvright by Geo. AY. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34824, June 6. 1 
copv rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Cuban (A) home. Matanzas. 28. 454 

Copyright bv Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34818, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13,1898. 

* Cuban villa, Matanzas. 53. 455 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. '1898, no. 34843, June 6. 
1 copv rec*d June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Cuban (A) "wagon. 59. 456 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 35805, June 10. 

1 cojrfree'd June 10, 1898. 1 copv rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

"The Dalles," Columbia river, and Mt. 

Adams. July 15, 1898. 457 

Copvright by Benj. A. Gilford, The 

Dalles, Oreg. F898, no. 43718, July 21. 

2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 



Devotion. 

Copvright bv C 
boro, N. H. 1898, no. 43265, July 19 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 



458 
E. Bullard, Peter- 



Dewev (George). The hero of Manila. 

459 
Copvright by Mrs. Caroline Shawk 
Brooks. St. Louis, Mo. 1898, no. 24610, 
Apr. 18. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 



205 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Double- turreted monitor. 12647. 460 
Copyright by Beuj. W. Kilburn, Lit- ! 
tleton; N. H. 1898," no. 43933, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Drawbridge. Entrance to Morro cas- 

tle. 32. 461 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. '1898, no. 34822,. June 6. | 
1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Havana. 46. 462 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 34836, June 6. 

1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

East colonnade from M. and E. building, 
(no. 368.) 463 

Copyright bv F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. ' 1898, no. 43095, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

*East end, grand court, no. 38. 464 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36531, June 13, 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

Emmet (Robert). 12662. 465 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, IS'. H. 1898, no. 43944, July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Entrance, Agricultural building, (no. 

2.) 466 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. " 1898, no. 37299, June 17. 1 copy 
rec'd June 17, 1898. 1 copy rec'd July 
5, 1898. 

* Entrance to Bellarnar caves, Matanzas. 

41. 467 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. '1898, no. 34831, June 6. 
1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Entrance to San Lazaro cemetery. 50. 

468 i 
Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- i 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 34840, June 6. 
1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd ; 
July 13, 1898. 

*Farin (A) house near Matanzas. 7. 

469 
Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 34800. ,lune 6. j 
1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd j 
July 13, 1898. 

*Farm (A) scene near Matanzas. 17. 

170 
Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. '1898, no. 34837, June 6. 
1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 14, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Farming district near Matanzas. 2. 

471 
Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 34796, June 6. 

1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Farragut (Admiral D.G.) 12658. 472 
Copyright bv Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. ^1898, no. 43940. July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Fast asleep. 473 

Copyright by C. E. Billiard, Peter- 
boro, N. H. 1898, no. 43264, July 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 



Father (The) of Old 
Washington. 12652. 



Glory 



George 
474 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton,* N.'"H. 1898, no. 43930, Julv 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Fine art building, (no.^4). 475 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 

Nebr. 1898, no. 37301, June 17. 1 copy 

rec'd June 17, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd July 5, 

1898. 

* no. 239. 476 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 40552,* July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Following the heroes of the " Maine" to 
their last resting place. 12623. 477 
Copyright by Beuj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43905. July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



Fountain. Night, no. 317. 



-ITS 



Copyright by F. A. Rinehart. Omaha, 
Nebr. * 1898, no. 40558,* July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

■ Fountain of Neptune, no. 37. 479 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
Nebr.' 1898, no. 36530, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11,1898. 

'Genevie.'' no. 1. 180 

Copyright by Joseph E. Pasonault, 
Cando, N. l'ak.' 1898. no. 15929, Mar. 7. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

f Girls' and boys' building, no. 289. ISI 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 

Nebr.' 1898. no. 40553, July 5, 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

Going to help Dewey, ■•City of Sid- 
ney, no. 2. 1S - J 
Copyright by M. 11. Zahner. Niagara 
Falls. N.Y. 1898. no. 10886, July 2. 2 

copies rec'd July 2. 1898. 



206 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



* Government building, no. 56. 483 Half asleep. 495 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, Copyright by C. E. Billiard, Peter- 



Nebr. 1898. no. 36536, June 13. 
ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 



z cop- 



(no. 369). 484 

Copyright bv F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. " 1898, no. 43096, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Mrs. I. P. Gragg. 485 

Copyright by Wm. B. Closson, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 43653, July 21. 2 copies 
rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Grand court, (no. 403). 486 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. " 1898, no. 43101, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Grand court, from M. and M. building. 
(no. 372.) 487 

Copyright bv F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. ' 1898, no. 43099, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

"Grand court, looking east. no. 19. 488 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36528, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

*■ Night, no. 302. 489 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
Nebr/ 1898, no. 40555/ July 5. 2 con- | 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

"Grand court, looking northeast, no. 6. i 

490 ; 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, ' 
Nebr. 1898, no. 37303, June 17. lcopy 
rec'd June 17, 1898. 1 copy rec'd July 5, 
1898. 

"Grand court, looking northwest, no. 205. 

491 
Conyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 40550,* July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

' Grand court, looking west. Night, no. 
55. 492 I 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, ! 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36535, June 13. 2 copies 
rec'd June 11, 1898. 

no. 313. 493 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 40557, "July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 



boro, N. 11. 1898, no. 43266, July 19. 
2 copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Harbor (The), Key West. 12640. 496 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- i 
tleton, N. J. 1898, no. 43922, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, ]898. 

* Havana harbor, no. 6. 497 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 35801, June 10. 1 

copy rec'd June 10, 1898. 1 copv rec'd 

July 13, 1898. 

* 17. 498 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34808, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 



20. 



499 



Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34811, June 6. 1 
copv rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 



Her future. 



500 



Copyright by Woodbury E. Hunt, 
Concord, N. IE 1898, no/ 41472, July 
11. 2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Home, sweet home. 12650. 501 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton', N. H. 1898, no. 43936, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

"Horticulture building, no. 63. 502 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36539, June 13. 2 copies 
rec'd June 11, 1898. 

* Center facade, no. 65. 503 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36540, June 13. 2 copies 
rec'd June 11,1898. 

* Portico, no. 61. 504 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36544, June 13. 2 copies 
rec'd June 11, 1898. 

* Hotel de Inglaterra. 9. 505 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss. Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34802, June 6. 1 

copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

July 13,1898. 



506 



Grant (Gen. U. S.) 12655. 494 In camp, Tampa, Fla. 12634. 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43937, July 22. tleton,* N. H. 1898, no. 43916, July 22. 2 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 






207 

PHOTOGRAPHS -Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Interior of Mono castle, Havana. 4. 

507 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34798. June 6. 1 

copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

July 13, 1898. 

Jackson (Andrew). 12660. 508 

Copyright bv Benj.W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43942, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Jackson (Stonewall). 12657. 509 

Copyright bv Benj.W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton' N. H. '1898, no. 43939, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Jefferson (Thomas). 12659. 510 

Copyright bv Ben]. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton,' i\ . H. 1898, no. 43941, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Jones (Chaplain Harry) of the U. S. bat- 
tleship "Texas." 511 
Copyright bv Geo. Prince, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 1898, no. 44182, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Lafavette mountain, Franconia, N 1 . H. 
1898. no. 8. 512 

Copyright bv W. H. Weisman, Fran- 
conia, N. H. 1898, no. 43074, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

no. 9. 513 

Copyright bv W. H. Weisman, Fran- 
conia, N.H. 1898,no.43075, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

no. 10. 514 

Copyright by W. H. Weisman, Fran- 
conia, N.H. 1898, no. 43076, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

no. 11. 515 

Copyright by W. H. Weisman, Fran- 
conia, *N. H. 1898, no. 43077, July 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Last sad rites over the heroes of the 
"Maine." 12624. 516 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton; N. H. 1898, no. 43906, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd -Inly 22, 1898. 

* Leprosy hospital, Matanzas. 56. 517 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34846, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Liberty mourning for the heroes of the 
"Ma'iue." 12638. 5 IS 

Copyright bv Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N.^H. 1898, no. 43920, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Lighter (A) in Matanzas harbor. 27. 

519 

Copyright bv Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34817, June 6. 1 

copv rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

July 13, 1898. 

Logan (Gen. John A.) 12656. 520 

Copyright by Benj.W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43938, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Machinery and electricity building, (no. 
336.) 521 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 43089, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

(no. 378). 522 

Copyright bv F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 43100, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18,1898. 

(no. 404). 523 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. ' 1898, no. 43102, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18,1898. 

(No. 405). 524 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 43103, July 18. 2 copies 
rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* Manufactures building, no. 305. 525 

Cop3 7 right by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 40556*, July 5. 2 copies 
rec'd July 5, 1898. 

"Marblehoad" (The). 12616. 526 

Copyright bv Benj.W. Kilburn. Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43928. July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

v Matanzas. 15. 527 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. '1898, no. 3580.N June 10. 
1 copy rec'd June 10, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

-Matanzas, from across the Yuniari v alley. 
30. 528 

Copyright by Geo. YV. Curtiss. Kan- 
sas City, Mo. * 1898. no. 31820. June 6. 
1 cony rec'd June 6. 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 



* Matanzas harbor. 4! 



.•J;' 



Copyright by Geo. W, Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, .Mo. 1898, no. 34833, June 6. 

1 oopy rec'd June 0. 1898. l copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Men-it t (Gen.) 126 m. 530 

Copyright by Benj.W. Kilburn. Lit- 
tleton, N.H. 1898, no. 13947, July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22. L898. 



208 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 






Titles — Ccmtin ned. 

Mines and mining building - , no. 13. 531 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. ' 1898. no. 36526, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11,1898. 

no. 62. 532 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36538, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

Mining building and colonnade, (no. 7. ) 

533 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 

Nebr. ' 1898, no. 37301, June 17. 1 copy 

rec'd June 17, 1898. 1 copy rec'd July 

5, 1898. 



Minnehaha falls, no. 109. 



531 



Copyright by B. J. Shipman, St. Paul, 
Minn/ 1898, no. 43903, July 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Minnesota state building, (no. 370.). 535 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr/ 1898, no. 43097, July 18. 2 copies 
rec'd July 18, 1898. 

*Morro castle, from Havana harbor. 536 
Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 34795, June 6. 
1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Morro castle, from the shore. 31. 537 

Copyright by Geo. VV. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 34821, June 6. 

1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Mother (The) of Old Glorv, Martha Wash- 
ington. 12653. 538 
Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43931, July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Mount Tacoma at close of day. 539 

Copyright by A. If. Waite, Tacoma, 
Wash.' 1898, no. 44186, July 23. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Mounteer (Sidney Arthur), nos. 33 and 
31. 540, 541 

Copyright by W. M. Morrison, Chi- 
cago. 1898, nos. 44189-14190, July 23. 
2 copies each rec'd July 23, 1898. 

* Nebraska building, no. 11. 512 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
"" Nebr. 1898, no. 36525, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

North, from administration arch. (no. 
362. ) 543 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 43090, July 18. 2 con- 
ies rec'd July 18,1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

* North midway, no. 67. 544 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36541, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

North side, grand court, (no. 363.) 545 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 43091, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

! * Northeast section, grand canal, no. 39. 

516 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36532. June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

! Ocean (An) liner. 12642. 547 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898. no. 43924, July 22 . 

1 copy rec'd July 22, 1898. 1 coyy rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

j O'Connell (Daniel). 12663. 548 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43945, July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Old ferry landing. 549 

Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, An- 
nisquam, Mass'. 1898, no. 43072, July 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

* On the outskirts of Havana. 57. 550 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34817, June 6 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Opening day. no. 1. 551 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 



Neln 



1898, no. 36524, June 13. 2 cop- 



ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

Our boys in camp. Tampa, Fla. 12632. 

552 
Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton^ N.H. 1898, no. 43914, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Pineapple grove, Matanzas. 10. 553 

Conyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City,* Mo. 1898, no. 34803, June 6. 1 

copy rec'd June 6. 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

July 13, 1898. 

Preserver (The) of Old Glory, Abraham 
Lincoln. 12654. 554 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton*, N. H. 1898, no. 43932. July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Rate's chasm. 555 

Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, 
Anuisquam, Mass. 1898, no. 43073, July 
18. 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 



209 

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Ti t Us — C on t inued . 

Reconcentrado hut, Matanzas. 13. 556 
Copyright bv Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898. no. 34806, June 6. 
1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 



River Hay ana. 21 
Copyright by Geo 



557 
W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 35804, June 10. 

1 copy rec'd June 10, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Sampson's (Admiral) fleet at the block- 
ade, Havana. 12630. 558 
Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. i898, no. 43912, July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* San Francisco. A Delmonico dinner at 

Bay district camp. no. 7. 559 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 40389, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Getting ready for the long voyage. 

Bay district camp. no. 6. 560 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 40384, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Serving bean soup at Bay district 

camp. no. 8. 561 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 40391, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

* San Juan river. 58. 562 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 34848, June 6. 
1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Matanzas. 3. 563 

Copyright by Geo. \V. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 34797, June 6. 
1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Scene in Havana. 12. 564 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. '1898, no. 34805, June 6. 

1 copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Schley (Admiral). 12664. 565 

Copyright by Benj.AV. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. '1898, no. 43946, July 22. 

2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 
Beawanhaka. 630 506 

Copyright by J. S. Johnston, New 
York. 1898, no. 43271, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19,1898. 

Seawanhaka. 631. 567 

Copyright by J. S. Johnston, Now 
. York. 1898, no, 43272, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd J uly 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Section, art room. no. 9. 568 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 

Nebr. 1898, no. 37306, June 17. 1 copy 

rec'd June 17, 1898. 1 copy rec'd July 

5, 1898. 

* Section, grand court, no. 20. 569 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. " 1898, no. 36529, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

no. 41. 570 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 40549,* July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

from government building, no. 42. 

571 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart. Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 36533, June 13. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

Soapy Smith and the interior of his sa- 
loon. 572 
Copyright by T. E. Peiser, Skaguay, 
Alaska. 1898, no. 43904, July 22. "2 
copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Sod house, no. 367. 573 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. * 1898, no. 43094, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

South side, grand court, no. 364. 574 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 43092, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd J uly 18, 1898. 

* Spanish boatman, Havana. 54. 575 

Copyright by Geo. AY. Curtiss. Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34.^44, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Spanish man-of-war "Infanta Isabel" 

in Havana harbor. 35. 576 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss. Kansas 
City, Mo. 1 1898, no. 31825. June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Spanish officers crossing from Havana 

to Cabanas fortress. II. .~>77 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss. Kansas 
City. Mo. L898, no. 34834, June ti. L 
copy rec'd June (5, 1S9S. I copy rec'd 
July L3, L898. 

Start of trial race. 632. 578 

Copyright by J. S. Johnston, New 
York." 1898, no. 48273, July 19. 2 con- 
ies rec'd July 19. L898. 

* Street scene, Havana. 21. 579 

Copyright by Geo.W. Cnrtiss, Kansas 
City. Mo. 1*98, no. 34814, June 6. 1 
oopy reo'd June t>. L898. i copy rec'd 
Julv 13. L898. 



210 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — C ontin ued. 

* Street scene, Havana. 36. 580 

Copyright by Geo. W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34826, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

39. 581 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34829, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

45. 582 

Copyright by Geo. TV. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34835, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Streets of all nations, no. 10. 583 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898. no. 37307, June 17! 1 copy 
rec'd June 17, 1898. 1 copy rec'd July 5, 

1898. 

no. 43. 584 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart. Omaha, 
Nebr. * 189*, no. 36534, June 13.' 2 cop- 
ies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

* Students' monument. Cemetery, Ha- 
vana. 40. 585 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34830, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

* Sugar (A) plantation near Havana. 52. 

586 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss. Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34842, June 6. 1 

copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

July 13, 1898. 

* Supplies for men at camp district, no. 9. 

587 
Copyright by M. H. Zahner, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 40388, July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Supply steamers lined up at Key West. 

12641. " 588 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43923, July 

22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. ' 

Telephone (The). 589 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, X.J. 1898, no. 40020, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

* Three cheers for the red, white, and ! 

blue. "City of Sidney" bound for 
Manila, no. 1. 590 

Copyright by M. H. Zahner. Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 40390. July 2. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Toil. 591 

Copyright by G. E. Tingley, Mystic, 
Conn/ 1898, no. 43575, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Tony Gale. (Dog.) 592 

Copyright by Theodore Sturges, New 

Y r ork. 1898, no. 37726, June 20. 1 copy 

rec'd June 20, 1898 ; 1 copy ree'd July 

22, 1898. 

Trying our batteries. 12651. 593 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, 
Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43929, July 
22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

* Typical (A) Cuban farm scene. 5. 594 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34799, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

U. S. battle-ship coaling at Key West. 

12644. 595 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43926, July 

22. 2 copies rec'd. July 22, 1898. 

* U. S. government building, no. 221. 

596 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. " 1898, no. 40551% July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

no. 371. 597 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. " 1898, no. 43098, July 18. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18, 



(Night.) no. 296. 598 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 40554*, July 5. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

* Vacant (The) chair. 599 

Copyright by Woodbury E. Hunt, 
Concord, N. H. 1898, no. 41475. July 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

* Villa in Matanzas. 26. 600 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss. Kansas 
City. Mo. 1898, no. 34816, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

"Villa (A) in ruins. 55. 601 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34845, June 6. 1 

copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

July 13, 1898. 

k Villa, Matanzas. 29. 602 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34819, June 6. 1 

copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

July 13, 1898. 



211 

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Titles — Continued. 

"Visit (A) to the fortune teller. 603 

Copyright by Woodbury E. Hunt, 
Concord, N. H. 1898, no. 41473, July 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

*Yolenta, Matanzas. 23. 604 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34813, June 6. 1 

copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

July 13, 1898. 

* Waiting' for distribution of food before 

Consul Brice's office. 14. 605 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 35802, June 10. 1 
copy rec'd June 10, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

Watson (W.L.) 1. 606 

Copyright bv Frank Pearsall, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 19103, Mar. 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

2. 607 

Copyright by Frank Pearsall, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 19104, Mar. 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Weighed in the balance and found want- 
ing. 608 
Copyright bv C. E. Bullard, Pcter- 
boro,N. H. 1898, no. 43262, July 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

* Wharf, Havana. 48. 609 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34838, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

*AVhere Wevler lived in Havana. 51. 

610 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34841, June 6. 1 

copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

July 13, 1898. 

White-winged messenger. 12643. 611 
Copyright by Benj . W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, K H. '1898, no. 43925, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Why has Old Glory been baptized and re- 
baptized in blood? 12639. 612 
Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton,' N. H. 1898, no. 43921, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Why we respect and admire Old Glory. 
12666. 613 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton* N. H. 1898, no. 43948, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Wide awake. 614 

Copyright by C. E. Bullard, Peter- 
boro, N. H. 1898, no. 43263, July 19. 2 
copies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

"Winslow" (The); showing the place 
where Ensign Bagley and companions 
met their death. 12649. 615 

Copyright by Benj. W. Kilburn, Lit- 
tleton, N. H. 1898, no. 43935, July 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Xanthoceras Sorbifolia China. 616 

Copyright by Webster & Albee, 
Eo Chester, N. Y. 1898, no. 43723, July 
21. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

*Yumari Valley, Matanzas. 33. 617 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 34823, June 6. 1 

copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 

June 13, 1898. 

38. 618 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss. Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34828. June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 

from Moutserrat. 8. 619 

Copyright by Geo.W. Curtiss, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 34801, June 6. 1 
copy rec'd June 6, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
July 13, 1898. 



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IX. FIISTE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to he perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically hy titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Adoration of the cross. 73 

Copyright by Franz HanfstaenoJ, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 43603, July 
21. 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Autumn gold. 74 

Copvright hy Photooraphische ges- 
ellschaft. Berlin. 1898," no. 43974, July 
23. 1 copy rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Beautiful as a rose. 75 

Copyright hy R. AT. Donaldson, New 
York. 1898, no. 43393, Jul v 20. 1 photo- 
graph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Between two tires. 76 

Copyright hy Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. Germany. 1898, no. 43605, July 
21. 1 copy rec'd' July 21, 1898. 

Bismarck. 77 

Copvright hy Photographische ges- 
ellschaft, Berlin. 1898, no. 43977, July 
23. 1 copy reed July 23, 1898. 

Blessed (The) Damosel. 78 

Copyright hy Photographische ges- 
ellschaft. Berlin. 1898. no. 43979, July 
23. 1 copy rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Bright waves. 79 

Copyright hy Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 43614. July 
21. 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 

" Chalet du cycle."' 80 

Copyright hy M. Tanenhaum. New 
York. 1898,no.43738, July 22. 2 copies 
rec'd July 22, 1898. 

Cheer (A) for the best. 81 

Copyright bv P. M. Donaldson. New 
York. 1898, no. 43387, July 20. 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

"Child's (A) dream. 82 

Copyright by George Busse. New 
York. 1898. no'. 35545. June 9. 1 copy 
rec'd June 9, 1898. 

* Christ in glory; or, The second coming 

of Christ. 83 

Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 

York. 1898, no. 13340, Feb. 23. 1 copy 

rec'd Feb. 23, " 



Convent (A) kitchen. 84 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898. no. 43612, July 
21. 1 copy rec'd' July 21. 1898. 



Courtship. 85 

Copyright by Fishel,Adler & 

Schwartz. New York. 1898, no. 43319, 

July 20. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Dandy (A) chair. 86 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898. no. 43607, July 
21. 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 

' Declaration (A). 87 

Copvright bv Jane D. Kelly, Boston. 
1898. no. 36521, June 13. 1 copy rec'd 
June 15, 1898. 

Delicate f A) Sir Thomas. 88 

Copyiight bv R. M. Donaldson, Xew 
York. ' 1898, no. 43388, Julv 20. 1 photo- 
graph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Eager for the hunt. 89 

Copvright bv R. M. Donaldson, New 
York. ' 189*. 110.^43385, Julv 20. 1 photo- 
graph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Early (An) start. 90 

Copvright bv R. M. Donaldson, New 
York. ' 1898, no.' 43392. July 20. 1 photo- 
graph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Eighty and eighteen. Old debauchee 
looking mockingly at his voung wife. 

91 
Copyright by Photographische gesell- 
schaft, Berlin/ 1898, no. 43972. Julv 23. 
1 copy rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Empress (The) is coming. 92 

Copvright bv Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no, 43606, July 
21. 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Expectations. 93 

Copvright by R. M. Donaldson, New 
York. " 1898, no. 43390, July 20. 1 photo- 
graph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Fairy tales. 94 

Copyright bv Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. Germany. 1898, no. 43602, July 
21. 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Fishing. 95 

Copyright by Photographische gesell- 
schaft, Berlin. 1898. no. 43978, Julv 23. 
1 copy rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Fortune telling. 96 

Copvright bv Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. Germany. 1898, no. 43616. July 
21. 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 



213 

FINE ARTS— Continued. 



IVles — Continued. 

Fountain (A). 97 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. Germany. 1898, no. 43611, July 
21. 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Half-length figure of a winged woman; 
her head is surrounded bv a halo, etc. 

98 
Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 13383, July 20. 1 
photograph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Half-length figure of a young woman in 

Spanish costume, etc. 99 

Copyright hy American litho. co., 

New York. 1898. no. 13384, July 20. 1 

photograph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* Handle and bowl. no. 3. 100 

Copyright by Corham mfg. co., Provi- 
dence.'R. I. 1898, no. 11436. Feb. 14. 1 
copy rec'd Feb. 14, 1898. 

Haryest dance. 101 

Copyright by Fishel, Adler & 

Schwartz, New York. 1898, no. 43381, 

July 20. 1 photograph rec'd July 20, 

1898. 

History. 102 

Copyright by Forbes litho. mfg. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 44018, July 23. 1 copy 
rec'd July 23, 1898. 

History of Old Glory. 103 

Copyright by R. M. Donaldson, New 
Y r ork. " 1898, no. 43386, July 20. 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

*Hope. 104 

Copyright by George Busse, New 
York/ 1898, no. 35544, June 9. 1 copy 
rec'd June 9,1898. 

Hunting (A) scene. 105 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898. no. 43613, July 
21 . 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Inquisitive. 106 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 43615. July 
21. 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Kaiser Wilhelm der Crosse auf dem Ster- 

belager. 107 

Copyright by Photographische ges- 

ellschaft, Berlin. 1898, no. 43975, July 

23. 1 copy rec"d July 23, 1898. 



La Vision. " 



Titles — Contin ued . 

* Low (A) relief plaster cast of the bat- 
tleship " Maine." 109 
Copyright by Isaac B. Taylor, New 
York. 1898, no. 34855, June 6. 2 copies 
rec'd June 8,1898. 



Madonna. 



110 



Copyright by Photographische ges- 
ellschaft, Berlin. 1898, no. 43973, July 
23. 1 copy rec'd July 23, 1898. 

* u Maine" at sea. Ill 

Copyright by John Mason, New Y r ork. 
1898, no. 14502, u Mar. 1. 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1898. 

Marshall Niel roses. 112 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 43609. July 
21. 1 copy rec'd' July 21, 1898. 

Mothers love. 113 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich/Germany. 1898, no. 43608, July 
21. 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Orpheus and Euridice. 114 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 43610, July 
21. 1 copy rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Our ideal. 115 

Copyright by Peek, Stow & Wilcox 
co., New York. ' 1898, no. 43382, July 20. 
1 photograph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

O^al (An) panel of ornamental design 

(etc.). 116 

Copyright by American litho. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 44053, July 23. 1 

copy rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Proposed boiler plant of 900 horse-power 
water-tube boilers, equipped with 
Roney mechanical stokers, circulating 
economizer, and mechanical draft. 117 
Copyright by Westinghouse, Church, 
Kerr & co., New York. ' L898, no. 43291, 
July 19. 1 copy rec'd July 19. 1898. 

Remember the "Maine." US 

Copyright by K. M. Donaldson, New 
York.' 18M8, no. 43391, July 20. 1 photo- 
graph rec'd duly 20, L898. 

Roman (A ) bath. 119 

Copyright by Photographische ges- 
ellschaft, Berlin. L898, no. t3976,July 
23. 1 copy rec'd July 23, 1898. 



L08 St. Cecilia. 



120 



Copyright by H. A. La Fetra, New 
York/ 1898, no. 43654, July 21. 1 copy 
rec'd July 21, 1898. 



Copyright by Frans Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no 13604, July 
21. 1 copy reo'd Juh 21. 1898, 



214 

FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Say yes. 121 

Copyright by Fishel, Adler & 

Schwartz, New York. 1898, no. 43320, 

July 20. 1 photograph, rec'd July 22, 

1898. 

General Scott. 122 

Copyright hv Forbes litho. infg. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 44051, July 23. 1 copy 
rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Soliloquy. 123 

Copyright by R. M. Donaldson, New 
York. 1898, no. 13389, July 20. 1 photo- 
graph rec'd July 20, 1898. 
"Solomon's (King) temple, Jerusalem. 

124 
Copyright by J. E. Blackmore, New- 
ark, N. J. 1898. no. 9062,* Feb. 1. 1 
photograph rec'd Feb. 1, 1898. 

Statue of Washington. 125 

Copyright by Forbes litho. mfg. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 44049, July 23. 1 
copy rec'd July 23, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Swipes. 126 

Copyright bv R. M. Donaldson, New 
York. 1898, no. 43394. July 20. 1 photo- 
graph rec'd July 20, 1898. 

* Three friends. 127 

Copyright by E. W. Zimmerman, 
York, Pa. 1898, no. 31858, June 6. 1 
photograph rec'd June 6, 1898. 

Three-quarter length figure of a tall 

young woman (etc.). 128 

Copyright by American litho. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 44052, July 23. 1 

copy rec'd July 23, 1898. 

U. S. frigate " Constitution. ' ; 129 

Copyright by Forbes litho. mfg. co., 

Boston. 1898, no. 44050, July 23. 1 copy 

rec'd July 23, 1898. 

Who is there? 130 

Copyright by R. M. Donaldson, New 
York. ^1898, no."43395, July 20. 1 photo- 
graph rec'd July 20, 1898. 



X. INDEX OF OOPYRIGrHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the tall title will be found. In cases 
where the author and proprietor are one, the title will be found only in its place under the rubric 
Books.) 



s Adams (C. F.) co., Erie, Pa. : 

Adams (The) plan. Explanation. 
(Books: 2.) 

Illustrated catalogue. (Books: 

2.) 
* Adams (Isaac), Grand Papids, Mich. : 
Adams (I.) Darkness and daybreak. 
(Books: 1.) 

Adams music co., Jersey City, N. J. : 

Off to the war. By Gustav Holz. 
Military march. Piano. (Music.) 
^Eolian co., New York : 

Hero and Leander. Prologue. Man- 
cinelli. iEolian arrangement. ^Eolian 
grand. 30433. (Music.) 

I'll make dat black gal mine. Ward. 
Oh, Ebenezer! Dave Eeed, jr. Ken 
tucky babe. Adam Geibel. It ain't 
no lie. Moran and Helf. .Eolian ar- 
rangement. .Eolian grand. 4 0218. 
(Music.) 

Walkure (Die). Briinnkilde begs for 
mercy. Wagner. ^Eolian arrange- 
ment. ^Eolian grand. 30431. (Music.) 

Chorus of valkyries. Wagner. 

vEolian arrangement/ JEolian grand. 
30430. (Music.) 

The flight of Siegmund and 

Sieglinde. Wagner. ^Eolian arrange- 
ment. ^Eolian grand. 30426. (Music.) 



iEolian co., New York: 

Walkure (Die). Siegmund and Sie- 
glinde. Love duet. Wagner. JEolian 
arrangement. JEolian grand. 30423. 
(Music.) 
Allibone (Mrs. Mary Henry), Philadel- 
phia: 

Allibone (S. Austin). A critical dic- 
tionary of -English literature and Brit- 
ish and American authors. v. 3. 
(Books: 1.) 
American book co., New York : 

Miller (Arthur M.) Geography of 
Kentucky. (Books: 2.) 
American fashion co.,New York: 

Panine (The). (Prints.) 

Pansy (The). (Prints.) 

Paris (The). Prints.) 

Parma (The). (The Parma. The 
Pallas.) (Engraviugs, cuts, andprints.) 

Paula (The). (The Paula, the Pepita, 
the Petite, the Pearl, the Polly.) 



(Prints.) 

Penelope (The). 

Piccadilly (The), 
and prints.) 

Princess (The). 
American lithographic co., New York 

Half-length figure of a winged wo- 
man ; her head is surrounded by a halo, 
etc. (Fine arts: photograph of paint- 
ing.) 



(Prints.) 
(Engravings, cuts, 

(Prints.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



American lithographic co., New York: 
Half-length figure of a young wo- 
man in Spanish costume, etc. (Fine 
arts : photograph of painting. ) 

Oval (An) panel of ornamental design 
(etc.) (Fine arts: photograph of paint- 
ing.) 

Three-quarter length figure of a tall 
young woman (etc.) (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of painting.) 

American press ass'n, New York : 
At a country fair. (Books: 3.) 
Bab in the country. (Books: 3.) 
Fashions of New York. Some little 

things which make the well-dressed 

woman. (Books: 3.) 

Giants no longer are supreme in the 

great athletic world. (Books: 3.) 
How captured cities are held. 

(Books: 3.) 
Intercollegiate rowing situation. 

(Books: 3.) 
National meet of the L. A. W. is to he 

held at Indianapolis. (Books: 3.) 
One life is enough. (Books: 3.) 
Our Paris fashion letter. (Books: 3.) 
Powerful (The) fleet of Commodore \ 

John Crittenden Watson. (Prints.) 
Romances of war. (Books: 3.) 
Sailor Sharkey versus "Kid"McCov. [ 

(Books: 3.) 

Sampsons' (The) home. (Books: 3.) 
Spain's seacoast cities. (Books: 3.) i 
Watson and his fleet. (Books: 3.) 
* Anderson (O. P.) map and blue print 

co., Seattle, Wash.: 
Gold fields, Alaska, and Northwest 

Territory. [Anderson's map of] 

(Maps.) 

Anderson (W. L.), Mason City, Iowa: 
Christ in you. By W.L.Anderson. 
(Music.) 

Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Appleton's dictionary of New York 
and its vicinity. 20th year. Eached. 
rev. to date of issue. First Greater New 
York ed. (Books: 1.) 

Nunez (J. A.) El lector americano. j 
Curso gradual de lecturas. Nueva ; 
edicidn. (Books: 1.) 

Roberts (C. G. D.) The Canadian 
guidebook. Complete in 1 v. (Books : 
1.) 

Scott (Sir Walter). The story of Rob 
Roy. Condensed for home and school 
reading by Edith I). Harris. (Apple- 
ton's home reading books. (Books: 1.) 

Stoddard (W. O.) Success against 
odds; or, How a boy made his way. 
(Books: 1.) 

Troeger (J. W.) Harold's rambles. 
(Appleton's home leading books. ^ 
(Books: 1.) 

Tuttiett (M.) The house of hidden 
treasure. (Books: 1.) 



Ascherberg (E.) & co., London: 

If love were all. Song. Words by 
Ed. Teschemacher. Music by Landon 
Ronald. (Music.) 

Sam's lament. Plantation song. 
Words by Edward Oxenford. Music 
by Arnold Birch. (Music.) 
Ashby (HoldonM.), Chicago: 

How to analyze clay. (Books: 1.) 
Ashmall (Wm. E.), Arlington, N. J. : 

Benedictus in E flat. By Alex. S. 
Gibson. (Music.) 

Blessed are the pure in heart. Words 
by Keble. Music by Angelo M. Read, 
op. 8. no. 3. (Music.) 

Festival Te Deum in D. By K. Mack- 
intosh. (Music.) 

In the cross of Christ I glory. By 
E. R. Kroeger. (Music.) 

My Jesus, I love Thee. By W. G. 
Adams. (Music.) 

Softly now the light of day. By 
Roeckel- Ashmall. (Music.) 

Te deum in A flat. By Morgan L. 
Cooley. (Music.) 
* Associated press, New York: 

Advance force's position. (Books: 
3.) 

Advance (The) to Juragua. (Books : 
3.) 

Amapala's (The) bold plan. (Books : 
3.) 

Attempted dash by Cervera. (Books : 
3.) 

Battle expected to-morrow. (Books : 
3.) 

Dewey awaiting troops. (Books: 3.) 

Does not block the harbor. (Books : 
3.) 

Garcia's army arrives. (Books: 3.) 

Havana gay and hungry. (Books: 3.) 

In sight of Santiago. (Books : 3.) 

Interest aroused by the fight. 
(Books: 3.) 

Landing the army a biu 1 fear. 
(Books: 3.) 

Line (The) of march to Santiago. 
(Books: 3.) 

Live topics of Berlin. (Books: 3.) 

Location of Cervera's fleet. ( Books : 
3.) 

Marines at Camp MoCalla. (Books: 
3.) 

Opposing (The) forces. (Books: 

Roseate story of Havana. (Books: 3. 

Rough riders prove heroes. (Books: 
3.) 

"St. Paul" halts a steamer. (Books: 
3.) 

Sampson's tleet wailing. (Books 

San Domingo's president. (Books 
; ani Lago (A) journal's new s. (Books : 



3.) 



Sh after (Gen.) al the front. (Books: 



3.) 



Spanish reinforcements. (Books: 3. 



^™ 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



*Associated press. New York : 

Spanish (A) spy captured. (Books: 
3.) 

Spanish supplies at St. Pierre. 
(Books: 3.) 

Terrible wounds inflicted. (Books: 
3.) 

Terror reigns at Havana. (Books : 3. ) 

Tried to destroy a railroad. (Books : 
3.) 

Valor of the marines. (Books: 3.) 

Victory of invaders. (Books: 3.) 

* Austin (Henry), Boston: 

Austin (H. ) American game and fish 
laws; containing a digest of the laws 
of each state. (Books: 1.) 
*Ayer (N. W.) & son, Philadelphia: 

Liberty (The) or independence hell. 
(Books: 2.) 
Baldwin (S. M. ), New York : 

Yachting (A) costume. (Prints.) 
Banks & bros.,New York: 

United States courts of appeals re- 
ports, v. 40. Juiv 15, 1898. (Books : 

1.) 

v. 51. For the second circuit, 

October term, 1896, and October term, 
1897. (Books: 1.) 

v. 49. Official edition. Cases 

adjudged in the United States cir- 
cuit court of appeals for the eighth 
circuit at December term, 1896, and 
May term, 1897. (Books: 1.) 
Barr (Robert), London, England: 

Barr (R.) The Countess Tekla. A 
tale, chaps. 19 and 20. [Sunny south, 
July 23,1898.] (Books: 3.) 

chap. 28 (continued), 29. 30, 31, 

and 32. (Books: 3.) 
Barrett (Francis J.), New York: 

See Darius in his splendor. Words 
and music by Francis J. Barrett. Sup- 
plement to the order of the Red Cross. 
(Music.) 

* Barrett ( W. C), Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Barrett ( \V. C.) Oral pathology and 
practice. (Books: 1.) 
Barrie (George) & son, Philadelphia: 

Brotherhood (The) of consolation. 
(Engravings.) 

Godefroid meets M. Bernard. (En- 
gravings.) 

In Chesnay wood. (Engravings.) 

In the Champs-Elysees. (Engrav- 
ings.) 

In the Rue Chauvinesse. (Engrav- 
ings.) 

In the Rue Corneille. (Engravings.) 

In the Rue Notre-Dame. (Engrav- 
ings.) 

Nana, chaps. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6. 7, 8, 10, 11, 
12,13,14. (Engravings.) 

Return (The) of Mongenod. (En- 
gravings.) 

Sea-going battle ship in dry dock. 
(Engravings.) 



Barrie (George) & son, Philadelphia: 
Walton (W.) Army (The) and navv 
pt. 3. 1776- 



(Books: 1.) 

(Books: 1.) 

co., Rochester, 



2.) 



of the United States. 
1898. (Books: 1.) 

pt. 1. 1776-1898. 

pt. 5. 1776-1898. 

Bausch & Lomb optical 
N. Y. : 

Stereo field glasses. (Books: 2.) 
"Beckworth (Otto Q.). Omaha, Nebr. 

Omaha (The) trust book. (Books : 
Bennett (James Gordon), New York: 

Artillery operating before Santiago. 
(Prints.) ' 

Bringing in wounded. (Prints.) 

Camp of the Rough Riders, July 5. 
(Prints.) 

Camp of 16th Regulars. (Prints.) 

Camping in the street. (Prints.) 

Cuban hospital. (Prints.) 

Dinner (A) with company A, 21th 
regiment. (Prints.) 

Field hospital tents near headquar- 
ters. (Prints.) 

Garcia and his staff. (Prints.) 

General headquarters. (Prints.) 

Graves of fallen Rough Riders. 
(Prints.) 

Hill from which Spaniards poured 
hot fire during the day. Americans 
were sending in volleys from this hill 
late in the afternoon. (Prints.) 

Hobsou returning ironi his Santiago 
prison. (Prints.) 

Hobson's men returning to the Amer- 
ican lines. (Prints.) 

Hospital headquarters. (Prints.) 

How the "Ahnirante Oquendo" was 
beached. (Prints.) 

In the trenches before Santiago. 
(Prints.) 

Interior of fort at El Caney. (Prints.) 

Ludlow (Col.), of engineer corps, as- 
cending in war balloon. (Prints.) 

"Maria Teresa' 7 (The) aground. 
(Prints.) 

Morning (The) of July 5 in the rifle 
pits to the left of the famous block- 
house at San Juan. (Prints.) 

NearEl Caney relief station. (Prints.) 

Near Red Cross headquarters, El 
Caney. (Prints.) 

Outskirts of Siboney. (Prints.) 

Pack train taking rations to front. 
(Prints.) 

Patterson (Col.), 22d, Lawton's di- 
vision, wounded. (Prints.) 

Provision (A) train. (Prints.) 

Refugees bathing. (Prints.) 

Refugees crowding to the Red Cross 
headquarters at Siboney. (Prints.) 

Refugees in the square, El Caney. 
(Prints.) 

Refugees on the road. (Prints.) 

Refugees on road to Siboney. 
(Prints. ) 

Resting in the trenches. (Prints.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Bennett (James Gordon), New York: 

Right (The) wing of the invading 
army. (Prints.) 

71st (The) regiment under cover. 
(Prints.) 

Shatter's (Gen.) tent. (Prints.) 

Spanish prisoners going to be ex- 
changed for Hobson and his men. 
(Prints.) 

Spanish prisoners taken the second 
day of the tight. (Prints.) 

Stretcher on which rough riders 
were carried from the held. (Prints.) 

Turret (The) of the "Maria Teresa." 
(Prints.) 

Wounded (A) American. (Prints.) 

Wounded Spanish, taken on the spot. 
(Prints.) 

Wreck of the torpedo boat destroyer 
"Pluton.'' (Prints.) 

* Piddle (Anthony J. Drexel), Philadel- 
phia: 

Biddle (A. J.) Word for word and 
letter for letter. (Books: 1.) 

* Black (H. Campbell), U. S. : 

Black (H. C.) A handbook of bank- 
ruptcy law. (Books: 1.) 
Black (P.Y.), U.S.: 

Black (P. Y.) The sergeant of the 
guard. (Books: 3.) 
Blackiston's (P.) son & co., Philadel- 
phia: 

Groff ( J. E.) Handbook of materia 
niedicafor trained nurses. (Books : 1. ) 

Hamilton (J. B.) Lectures on tu- 
mors. 3d ed. (Books: 1.) 

* Blackmore (J. Edward), Newark, N. J. : 

Solomon's (King) temple, Jerusalem. 
(Fine arts : photograph of paintiug. ) 
Boas (Emil L.), New York : 

Across the Atlantic. (Books: 2.) 
Boosey & co., London: 

Three songs 1. Those azure, azure 
eyes. 2. Soft and gently through my 
soul. 3. In the dreamy wood I wander. 
Words from the German of Heine. 
Music by Garnet Wolseley Cox. 
(Music.) 
Borton ( Benjamin), Woodstown, N. J. : 
Borton (B.) Awhile with the blue; 
or, Memories of war days. The true 
story of a private. (Books: 1.) 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig, Germany: 

Nur einmal noch mocht ich dich 
sehen. Song, with piano accompani- 
ment. Words by Kriedeniann. Mu- 
sic by Willi. Aletter. no. 1. hoch. 
(Music.) 
Bowbeer (N. G.), Detroit, Mich. : 

I'll think of thee. Words by Henri 
B. Sulley. Music by N. G. How beer. 
(Music.) 
Brahiu (George P.), Aurora, Nebr. : 

Spain vs. Cuba and U.S.; or, Cuba 
in peril. Military drama. In 6 acts. 
By G. P. Ibahni. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 



Breed (Henry G.), jr., New York : 

Toledo/ "Ohio centennial, 1903." 
(Photographs.) 
Breitkopt & Harfel, Leipzig, Germany : 

Buch dor liebe. (Hoffmann von Fal- 
lersleben.) 10 quartette, fur sopran, 
alto, tenor, und bass, mit pianoforte be- 
gleitnng. Componirt von Albert Quin- 
che. no. 1. (Music.) 

Canzone. Pianoforte. Von Adolf 
Schuppan. op. 21. (Music.) 

Concert in E moll. Von Jean Louis 
Duport. Fur violoncell und piano- 
forte. Eingerichtet und herausgege- 
ben von Friedrich Grutzmacher. 
[Hohe schule des violoncellspiels. no. 
7.] (Music.) 

Ouverture zu "Alceste." Von Chr. 
M von Gluck. Mit vortragsbezeich- 
nungen (etc.). Von F. Weingartner. 
(Orch. partitur.) (Music.) 

Von der spielmannsfahrt. (The min- 
strel's tour). Ein liederspiel fur klei- 
nen chor oder 4 solostimmen, mit be- 
gleitung des pianoforte. Comp. von 
Heinrich Hoffmann, op. 127. no. 1. 
Dieamsel singt. (Partitur.) (Music.) 

* Brooks (Mrs. Caroline Shawk), St. 

Louis, Mo. : 

Dewey (George) . The hero of Manila. 
(Photographs.) 
Brown (Will G.), Dallas, Tex. : 

Charter and constitution of the Mod- 
ern Order of Praetorians. (Books: 2.) 
Bullard (C. E.), Peterboro, N. H. : 
Devotion. (Photographs.) 
Fast asleep. (Photographs.) 
Half asleep. (Photographs.) 
Weighed in the balance and found 
wanting. (Photographs.) 

Wide awake. (Photographs.) 

* Busse (George), New York: 

Child's (A) dream. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of drawing.) 

Hope. (Fine arts: photograph of 
drawing. ) 
Camp(W. M.), Chicago: 

Camp (W. 31.) Switch protection con- 
cluded. (Notes on track. 63.) vl >>O0 ^ s: 
3.) 
Campbell (E. H.) and llavang (E. B.), 
Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Modern (A) business proposition. 
(Hooks: 2.) 
"Carpet and upholstery ass'n, New York: 

Reference (The) book and associate 
reports. (Books: 2.) 

* Carter (R. Kelso), Baltimore, Md.: 

Battle (The) of Manila. li\ R. K. 
Carter. Male quartette. (Music.) 

* Cary A <o.. I ondon : 

l>v Seville's ilvev tide. Song Words 
by Stanhope Gray. Music by Florence 
Fare. no. 2 in E. ( Music.) 

Do you remember I Song. Written 
by Llewellyn Davies. Comp sed by 
Gerald Beaumont, no. 2 F. (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



*Cary & co., Loudon: 

Lord (The) is love. Song (with vio- 
lin and organ obligatos ad lib.) Writ- 
ten by Stanhope Gray. Composed by 
Theo. Bonheur. no. 1 in F. (Music.) 

Secret tears. Song. Words by South- 
well Alvey. Music by Edward St. 
Queutin. no. 3 in E flat. (Music.) 

Vision (A) of life. Song. Words 
by Guuby Hadath. Music by Picco- 
lomini. no. 2 in C. (Music.) 
Cave (N. F.), Kearney, Mo. : 

Spain and America; or, Won't you 
believe it? Words and music by N. F. 
Cave. (Music.) 
Chambers (Robert W.), New York: 

Chambers (R. W.) Ashes of empire, 
chaps. 26, 27, and 28. (Books: 3.) 
Chicago directory co., Chicago: 

The Lakeside annual directory of the 
city of Chicago, 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Chicago record, Chicago : 
Geography : Trade centers of the 
world. [Chicago record's home study 
circle.] (Books: 3.) 

Lectures on astronomy, no. 172. July 
20, 1898. [Chicago record's home study 
circle.] (Books: 3.) 

Lectures on health andhvgiene. no. 
167. July 14, 1898. [Chicago record's 
home study circle.] (Books: 3.) 

no. 173. July 21, 1898. [Chi- 
cago record's home study circle.] 
(Books: 3.) 

Literature. Popular living authors, 
no. 169. July 16, 1898. [Chicago rec- 
ord's home study circle.] (Books: 3.) 

Popular studies in architecture, no. 
170. July 18, 1898. [Chicago record's 
home study circle.] (Books: 3.) 
Choudeus. Paris: 

Ave Maria. Orgue et voix. Arrange- 
ment de L. Narici. Par R. Schumann. 
[Trois chants religieux. no. 1.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Ave verum. Par R. Schumann. 
Orgue et voix. Arrangement de L. 
Narici. [Trois chants religieux. no. 
3.] (Music.) 

O salutaris. Par R. Schumann. 
Orgue et voix. Arrangement de L. 
Narici. [Trois chants religieux. no. 
2.] (Music.) 

* Citizen co., Asheville, N. C. : 

Sondley (F. A.) Asheville's cente- 
nary. (Books: 3.) 

* Clarke & Courts, Galveston, Tex. : 

Bankrupt law of 1898. With index. 
(Books: 2.) 
Closson (Wm. B.), Boston: 

Mrs. I. P. Gragg. (Photographs.) 
Coates (Henry T.) & co., Philadelphia: 
Omar Khayyam. The Rubaiyat. 
Rendered into English verse by Ed- 
ward Fitzgerald. (Books: 1.) 



Cocks (Robert) & co., London: 

Valse caprice. For mandolin and 
piano. By Hubert G. Oke. (Music.) 
Cohen (I. Son), Baltimore, Md. : 

Bridal tour. March and two-step. 
By Wm. J. Rahley. Piano, two hands. 
(Music.) 
Coleman (H. H.), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Offener schreibebrief von Philipp 
Sauerrampfer's vetter, John Stram- 
per. (Books: 3.) 
Coleman (H. W.), Chicago: 

Egbert (A. J.) The Hamilton dollar. 
(Books: 2.) 
Colgate &. co., New York: 

AB C of the teeth. (Books: 2.) 
Colliery eng. co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Arithmetic, key. 1th ed. (Books: 2.) 

pt. 1. 1 A. Instruction paper. 

6th ed. (Books: 2.) 

pt. 2. 1 B. Instruction paper. 

6th ed. (Books: 2.) 

pts. 1, 2. Key. 3d ed. (Books : 

2.) 

pt. 1. Question paper. 6th ed. 

(Books: 2.) 

International correspondence schools. 
An elementary treatise on electric 
lighting. 1st ed. vols. 1-5. nos. 
12053-12057. (Books: 1.) 
Colton, Ohman & co., New York: 

Bronx, city of New York (New map 
of the borough of the). (Maps.) 

Brooklyn, city of New York (New 
map of the borough of). (Maps.) 

Manhattan, city of New York (New 
map of the borough of). (Maps.) 
Congregation Rodeph Sholom, New 
York : 

Wise (Aaron, arranger). The temple 
service for the Sabbath and the festi- 
vals. (Books: 1.) 
Cornell university, Ithaca, N. Y. : 

Bates (Fred. Orlaudo). The Five 
post-kleisthenean tribes. Cornell stud- 
ies in classical philology. no. 8. 
(Books: 1.) 
Cramer (J. B.) and co., ltd., London : 

Gap (The) of Dunloe. Song. Words 
by Clifton Bingham. Music by Walter 
Slaughter, no. 2. In E flat. (Music.) 

Sleeping (The) beauty. Song. Words 
by Samuel Roger. Music by J. H. 
Leipold. no. 2. In G flat. (Music.) 
Crowell (Thomas Y.) and co., Boston: 

Bolton (Sarah Knowles). A country 
idvl, and other stories. (Books: 1.) 

Schultz (J.) St. Joseph; or, The 
nine days' devotion of Colette. Trans- 
lated from the French by Edith Y. 
Flanders. (Books: 1.) 
Cummiugs (St. James), Charleston, S. C. : 

Cumminas (St. J.) Staves of the 



Triple Alliance. (Book; 



'Curtiss (Geo. W.), Kansas City, Mo. : 
American steamer " Maseotte," Ha- 
vana. 42. (Photographs.) 



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(Pho 
(Pho 



(Photo- 

Morro 

(Photo- 



*Curtiss (Geo. W.), Kansas City, Mo. : 
Arena where bull tights occur, Ha 
vana. 11. (Photographs.) 

Cactus by the roadside. CO 
tographs.) 

Cafe la Luna, Havana. 10 
tographs.) 

Carrying fodder and corn, Matanzas. 
22. (Photographs.) 

Cathedral, Havana. (Photographs ) 

49. (Photographs.) 

Chapel at Montserrat. Front view 
18. (Photographs.) 
- — Rear view. 19. (Photographs.) 
Country (A) Cuban home. 25. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Cuban (A) garden, Matanzas. 34. 
(Photographs.) 

Cuban (A) home, Matanzas. 28 
(Photographs.) 

Cuban villa, Matanzas. 53. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Cuban (A) wagon. 59. 
graphs.) 

Drawbridge— entrance to 
Castle. 32. (Photo-raphs. ) 
Drawbridge. Havana. 46 
graphs.) 

Entrance to Bellamar caves, Matan- 
zas. 41. (Photographs.) 

Entrance to San Lazaro ceineterv 
50. (Photographs.) * ' 

Farm (A) house near Matanzas. 7 
(Photographs.) 

Farm (A) scene near Matanzas. 47. 
(Photographs.) 

Farming district near Matanzas. 2. 
(Photographs.) 
Havana-harbor. 6. (Photographs.) 

17. (Photographs.) 

20. (Photographs.) 

Hotel de Inglaterra. 9. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Interior of Morro castle, Ha van; 
(Photographs.) 

Leprosy hospital, Matanzas. 
(Photographs.) 

Lighter (A) in Matanzas harbor. 
(Photographs.) 
Matanzas. 15. (Photographs.) 
Matanzas, from across "the Yumari 
valley. 30. (Photographs.) 

Matanzas harbor. 43. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Morro castle from Havana harbor. 1. 
(Photographs.) 

Morro castle, from the shore. 
(Photographs.) 

On the outskirts of Havana, 
(1 hotographs.) 

Pineapple grove, Matanzas. 
(Photographs.) 

Reconcentrado hut, Matanzas. 
(Photographs.) 
River Havana. 21. (Photographs.) 
ban Juan river, Matanzas. 3. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

4471— Vol. 16, No. 3 5 



. 4. 
56. 

27. 



31. 

57. 
10. 
13. 



"Curtiss (Geo. W.). Kansas City, Mo • 

• San Juan river. 58. (Photographs.) 
Scene in Havana. 12. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Spanish boatman, Havana. 54 
(Photographs.) 

Spanish man-of-war " Infanta Isa- 
bel m Havana harbor. 35. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Spanish officers crossing from Havana 
to Cabanas fortress. 44. (Photo- 
graphs). 

Street scene, Havana. 24. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Street (A) scene in Havana, 36. 
(Photographs.) 

39. (Photographs.) 

- — 45. ^ (Photographs.) 

Student's monument, cemetery" 
Havana. 40. (Photographs.) 

Sugar (A) plantation near Havana 
o2. (Photographs.) 
| Typical (A) Cuban farm scene. 5. 

(Photographs.) 

Villa in Matanzas. 26. (Photo 
graphs.) 

Villa. Matanzas. 29. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Villa (A) in ruins. 55. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Volenta, Matanzas. 23. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
I Waiting for distribution of food 

before Consul Price's office. 14 (Pho 
tographs.) 

Wharf, Havana, 48. (Photographs.) 
Where Weyler lived in Havana, 51 
(Photographs.) 

Yumari valley, Matanzas. 33. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

38. (Photographs.) 

Yumari valley, Matanzas, from Mont- 
serrat. 8. (Photographs.) 
Fanner (John). Canton. Ohio: 

Good and evil. U. S. moral records 
An open record. (Books: 2.) 
Darr (Mrs. Francis J. A.), New York • 

Darr(F.J.A.) Handbook of Span- 
ish words and phrases for the use of 
our officers and enlisted men in the war 
with Spain. (Books: 2.) 
*Day (Thomas Fleming), New Fork: 
Day (T. P.) Songs of sea and sail. 
(Books: 1.) 
Dean (Frank) A. oo., London: 

Plenty of room in the Park Writ- 
ten and composed by Harry Dacre 
(Music.) 

"Silver (A) spoon in his mouth." 
w ntien and composed by Nat. Clifford 
(Music.) 
De Leon (T. C.) P. 8. ■ 

De Leon (T.C.) The deputy -room 
(Books: 3.) 

* Denton & Seixas, New York: 

Honor bright. (Two-step.) Piano 
solo, J. A. Silberberg, (Music) 



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* Desmond (Humphrey J.), Milwaukee, 
Wis.: 

Desmond (H. J.) The church and 
the law. (Books: 1.) 
Detroit legal news, inc., Detroit, Mich. : 
Russel (A.) The development of the 
law as illustrated by the decisions re- 
lating to the police powers of the state. I 
(Books: 3.) 

Wells (W. H.) In Cuban affairs the j 
United States have adhered to their i 
traditional doctrines. (Books: 3.) 
*Dick & Fitzgerald, New York: 

Darkey (The) breach of promise case, j 
A nigger mock trial. By J. Barnes. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 

Paddy Doyle; or, A mutual friend, j 
An Irish farce in 1 act and 1 scene. By j 
P. A. Waldron. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 

Ten nights in a bar room. A tern- 
perance drama in 5 acts. By William 
W.Pratt. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York: 

Canton ( Win.) The invisible play- 
mate, and W. V. her book. (Books: 1.) 
Donaldson (R. M.), New York: 

Beautiful as a rose. ( Fine arts : pho- 
tograph of painting.) 

Cheer (A) for the best. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Delicate (A) Sir Thomas. (Fine arts : 
photograph of painting.) 

Eager for the hunt. (Fine arts : pho- 
tograph of painting.) 

Early (An) start. (Fine arts : photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Expectations. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

History of Old Glory. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Remember the "Maine." (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Soliloquy. (Fine arts : photograph 
of painting.) 

Swipes. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 

Who is there? (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting. ) 

* Doubt (L. L. ), St. Louis, Mo. : 

"Visions of the mystic isle." Waltz. 
For 3 mandolins and guitar. By L. L. 
Doubt. (Music.) 
Draper (Edward J. R.), Bay City, Mich. : 

Michigan (The) boys in blue. By 
E. J. R. Draper. [Song.] (Music.) 

* Dressel (CM. F. ), New York : 

Dressel (C. M. F.) Amaryllidese. 
(Books: 2.) 
*Dutton (E. P.) & co., New York: 

Miller (M. H. ) Raoul and iron hand ; 
or, Winning the golden spurs. A tale 
of the 14th century. (Books: 1.) 

Nelson (K. G.) Tuen, slave and em- 
press. Illustrations bv William M. 
Cary. (Books: 1.) 



Earle (H. R.), New York: 

Bench and bar, Minneapolis, Minn., 
1898. (Engravings.) 
Eberhard mfg. co., Cleveland, Ohio : 

Illustrated catalogue and price list, 
no. 11, Production in saddlery hard- 
ware. (Books: 2.) 
Edison (Thomas A.), Orange, N. J. : 
Burglar (The). (Photographs.) 
Telephone (The). (Photographs.) 
Eldredge & bro., Philadelphia, Pa. : 

Houston (Edwin J.) Intermediate 
lessons in natural philosophy. Revised 
ed. (Books: 2.) 
Eldridge (George) and Cushing (A. C), 
Boston : 

Chesapeake bay (Eldridge's chart 
of), with the James, York, Rappahan- 
nock, and Potomac rivers. (Maps.) 
Electrical engineer institute of corre- 
spondence instruction, New York: 

Inorganic chemistry. Instruction 
paper. Book?, pts. 1-2. (Books: 2.) 

Question paper. Book 7. pt. 1. 

(Books: 2.) 

pt. 2. (Books: 2.) 

* Elliott (Charles S.), Kansas City, Mo. : 
Elliott (C.S.) Lectures on nervous 
and mental diseases. (Books: 1.) 
Ellis (John F.) & co., Washington, D. C. : 
Peach (The) from Razor alley. Words 
by Charles G. Heitinger. Music by 
Nathan G. Heitinger. (Music.) 
Enoch & sons, London : 

Ben-ma- chree (Girl of my heart). 
Song. By Gerald Lane. No. 1 in D. 
(Music.) 

no. 2 in F. (Music.) 

Fold (The) of rest. Song. Words 
by Henry Vaughan. Music by Paul 
Rodney, no. 1 in F. (Music.) 

no. 2 in G. (Music.) 

Love is king. Song. Words by Henry 
Vaughan. Music by Paul Rodney. 
no. 1 in C. (Music.) 

no. 2 in E flat. (Music.) 

River dreams. By Gerald Lane, no, 
1 in D. Song. (Music.) 

no. 2 in F. Song. (Music.) 

Enoch et cie, Paris, France : 

Capriccio. Par C. Chaminade. op. 
18. Transcription pour piano a 4 mains, 
par Ernest Alder. (Music.) 

Cinq intermezzi. En forme de 

Laendler. Pour piano, violon et violon- 

celle. Par Richard Mandl. (Music.) 

Deuxieme arabesque, op. 92. Pour 

piano. Par C. Chaminade. (Music.) 

Lyre (La) Catholique. Recueil de 
pieces pour orgue ou harmonium. 
Par H. Letocart. v. 1. (Music.) 

v. 2. (Music.) 

Evans (D. 0.), Youngstown, Ohio: 

He sleeps upon Havana's shore, in a 
suit of navy blue. Written by Thos. 
Killen. Composed by Dan Rees. 
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Evans (Matt.), Oshkosh, Wis. : 

Evans (M.) Eureka. (Books: 2.) 
Fairbank (X. K.) co., New York : 

Best (The) things that float. (Lith- 
ographs.) 
Fair weather (Henri), Alameda, Cal. : 

Who's afraid? A cam p song. ByH. 
Fairweather. (Music.) 
Feist A: Frankenthaler, New York: 

Song (The) of our nation; or, Fight 
for the right, and free Cuba. By Harry 
Holliday^ (Music.) 
Feldman (B.), London: 

Baby's dream of fairyland. Written 
and composed by Harry B. Norris. 
(Music.) 

Born (The) couuette. Words by 
Follett Thorpe. Music by Claude 
Arundale. (Music.) 

I haven't got my sea legs yet. Writ- 
ten by Sylvanus Dauncey and Geo. D. 
Day. Composed by Guy Jones. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Lady of love. Written by Sylvanus 
Dauncey and Geo. D. Day. Composed 
by Guy Jones. (Music.) 

Ripple (The) and the straw. Writ- 
ten and composed by Harry B. Norris. 
(Music.) 

Topsy. From H. Cecil Beryl's mu- 
sical play, "Bilberry of Tilbury." Mu- 
sic by Edward Deam. (Music.) 

We haven't spoken since. Composed 
by Bennett Scott. Written by A. J. 
Mills. (Music.) 

When the roses are in bloom. Writ- 
ten by Sylvanus Dauncey and Geo. D. 
Day. Composed by Guy Jones. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Fillmore bros., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Awake, my soul! By Phillip Dod- 
dridge. T. Martin Towne. [Anthem 
books, no. 6.] (Music.) 

Be merciful to me. By C. Elven and 
Finley Lyon. [Anthem books, no. 5.] 
(Music.) 

Behold! what manner of love. By 
W. Irving Hartshorn. [Anthem books, 
no. 4.] (Music.) 

Blessed are they that dwell. By 
Finley Lyon. [Anthem books, no. 5.] 
(Music.) 

Cast thy bread upon the waters. By 
Finley Lyon. [Anthem books, no. 5.] 
(Music.) 

God is our refuge. By J. H. Tenney. 
[Anthem books, no. 4.] (Music.) 

God is our refuge and strength. By 
J. M. Stillman. [Anthem books, no. 4.] 
(Music.) 

Hear my cry, O God. By Finley 
Lyon. [Anthem books, no. 5.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

How beautiful upon the mountains. 
By J. H. Tenney. [Anthem books, 
no. 4.] (Music.) 



Fillmore bros., Cincinnati, Ohio : 

I love to hear my Saviour's voice. 
Solos and quartet or chorus. By Miss 
C. Saunders and Stephen Glover. Ar- 
ranged by Finley Lyon. [Anthem 
books, no. 5.] (Music.) 

I will bless the Lord. By E. F. Dar- 
ling. [Anthem books, no. 4.] (Music.) 

I will sing of the mercies of the Lord. 
By Finley Lyon. [Anthem books, 
no. 5.] (Music.) 

In that day. By W. Irving Harts- 
horn. [Anthem books, no. 4.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Jesus, lover of my soul. By Charles 
Wesley. T. Martin Towne. [Anthem.] 
books, no. 6.] (Music.) 

Just as I am. By Charlotte Elliot. 
Finley Lyon. [Anthem books, no. 5.] 
(Music.) 

Lord (The) is my rock. By T. Martin 
Towne. [Anthem books. no. 6.] 
(Music.) 

Love divine. By Chas. Wesley. 
Finley Lyon. [Anthem books, no. 5.] 
(Music.) 

Lovestthoume? ByT. Martin Towne. 
[Anthem books, no. 6.] (Music.) 

Make a joyful noise. By Finley Lyon. 
[Anthem books, no. 4.] (Music.) 

By T. Martin Towne. [Anthem 

books, no. 6.] (Music. ) 

Nearer home. Tenor or soprano solo. 
By Palmer Hartsough and Finley Lyon. 
[Anthem books, no. 5.] (Music.) 

Oh, rest in the Lord. By Charles F. 
Noyes. [Anthem books, no. 6.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Praise ye the Lord. By T. Martin 
Towne. [Anthem books, no. 6.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Seek ye the Lord. By D. O. Smith. 
[Anthem books, no. 4.] (Music.) 

Sweet is thy mercy. By Palmer Hart- 
sough and W. M. Hutchison. Arranged 
by Finley Lyon. [Anthem books, no. 
5.1 (Music.) 

There is a green hill. By Mrs. C. F. 
Alexander and Finley Lyon. [Anthem 
books, no. 5.] (Music.) 
Fishel, Adler & Schwartz, New York : 

Courtship. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting.) 

Harvest dance. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Say yes. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 
Fisk (D.C.), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Fisk(D.C) A hot time in Cuba. 
(Books: 2.) 
Flood & Vincent, Meadville, Pa. : 

Beers (11. A.) From Chancer bo Ten- 
nyson. (Books: i.) 

Hale (S.) Men and manners of the 
eighteenth century, (Chautauqua 
reading circle literature.) (Books: l.) 



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Flood & Vincent, Meadville, Pa. : 

Joy (J. R.) Twenty centuries of 
English history. (Chautauqua read- 
ing-circle literature. (Books: 1.) 

Judson (H.P.) Europe in the nine- 
teenth century. (Chautauqua reading 
circle literature.) (Books: 1.) 

Winchell (A.) AValks and talks in 
the geological field. Revised and ed- 
ited by Frederick Starr. (Books: 1.) 
Forbes litho. mfg. co., Boston : 

General Scott. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

History. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 

Statue of Washington. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

U. S. frigate "Constitution.'' (Fine 
Arts: photograph of painting.) 
Forsyth bros., London : 

Lesson (The). Die lehre. Words by 
Heine. Music by Georg[e] Liebling. 
op. 27. Ed. in F. (Music.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter. London : 

'E duuno why 'e do it. but 'e do. 
Song. WrittenbyRolandCar.se. Com- 
posed by Denham Harrison. (Music.) 

Ma charnieuse. Song. Written and 
composed by Paul Reubens. (Music.) 

Parapher-pa r a p h e r n a 1 i a. Song. 
Written and composed by Carl How- 
ard and George Everard. (Music.) 

Shine on, queen of the stars. Seng. 
Written by Alfred J. Morris. Com- 
posed by Walter Tilbury. (Music.) 

That shape won't suit me. Song. 
Written by Geo. A. Stevens and Albert 
Perry. Composed by Albert Perry. 
(Music.) 

That's how he sees himself. Song. 
Written and composed by Richard 
Gardea. (Music.) 

There's a peculiar thing! Song. 
Written and composed by I rank Leo. 
(Music.) 

What the what the what the shall 
we do? Song. Written and composed 
by Fred. W.Leigh. (Music.) 

Will my dream come true? Song. 
Written and composed by Charles Os- 
borne. (Music.) 

Will you know me. mother, dear? 
Song. Written and composed bv Nat 
Clifford. (Music.) 

Women (The). Written and com- 
posed by W. A. Brabner. (Music.) 
* Frank (J. L.), Chicago : 

Ak Sar Ben. March. Composed by 
J.L.Frank. [Piano.] (Music.) 
French (Mary E. W.), U. S. : 

French (J. H.) Mental arithmetic: 
combining a complete system of rapid 
computations, with correct logic of the 
solution of problems and the analyses 
of processes. (French's mathematical 
series.) (Books: 1.) 



French (Samuel), New York: 

Miss Cleopatra. A farce in 3 acts. 
(Adapted from " Les amours de Cleo- 
patra.') By Arthur Shirley. (Dra- 
matic composition.) 
Frost (Jonathan B.), Atlanta, Ga. : 

Frost (J. B.) Arizona. Supposed by 
the author to be a comedy. (Books: 1.) 
Frye's remedy co., Boston: 

Frye(C.L.) "Quickstep;" the story 
of a remarkable self-cure. (Books: 2.) 
Fulton (C. C.) & co., Baltimore, Md. : 

Hobson (R. P.) 
Gallon (Tom), U. S. : 

Gallon (T.) A game of Quixotism. 
(Books: 3.) 
^Gebbie pub. co., ltd., Philadelphia: 
New (The) cabinet cyclopaedia and 
treasury of knowledge, v. 1. (Books: 

1.) 

New (The) cabinet cyclopedia and 
treasury of knowledge. A handy book 
of reference on all subjects and for all 
readers. The articles relating to Eng- 
land revised and edited by Chas. An- 
nandale. America revised and edited 
bv Ainsworth R. Spofford. v. 2-8. 
(Books: 1.) 
German jiress and plate co., Cleveland. 
Ohio: 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. no. 237. (Books: 3.) 
Germania pub. co., Boston: 

Werner-Spanhoofd (Arnold). Prac- 
tical lessons on German synonyms, no. 
2. (Books: 2.) 

*Gibbs (Lincoln R.), Amherst, Mass. : 
Coleridge (S. T.) The rime of the 
ancient mariner. Edited, with intro- 
duction and notes, bv Lincoln R. Gibbs. 
(Books: 1.) 
Gibbud (Henry B.), Springfield, Mass. : 
Gibbud(H.B.) The missing link. 
(Books: 2.) 
Gifford (Benj. A.), The Dalles, Oreg. : 
The Dalies, Columbia river, and Mt. 
Adams. July 15, 1898. (Photographs.) 
Giles (Winfred S.), Paterson, N. J. : 

Giles (W. S.) More light. (Books: 
2.) 
Gilinan (Arthur), U. S. : 

Gilman (A.) First steps in English 
literature. (Books: 1.) 
: Gopsill's (James) sons, Philadelphia: 

Philadelphia (Gopsill's street guide 
of). Pocket edition. (Books: 2.) 
Gordon (Hamilton S.), New York: 

Have pity, judge, she's my mother. 
By Gussie L. Davis. Song and chorus. 
(Music.) 

Arranged for orchestra by 

Charles J. Rockwell. (Music.) 
Monarch of the waves. Waltzes for 
i orchestra. By Fred. Arundel. (Music.) 



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* Gorhani manufacturing co., Providence, 

R. I. : 

Handle and bowl. no. 3. (Fine arts: 
photograph of design.) 
Graydou (William Murray), London: 
Graydon (W. M. ) The Borneo orang- 
outang. (Books: 3.) 
*Greenough (W. A.) & co., Boston: 

Brookline directory. 1898. (Books: 

1.) 
Griffith. (George), U.S.: 

Griffith (G.) The finding of Dia- 
mond Pan. (Books: 3.) 
Grove (Albert H.), Indianapolis, Ind. : 
Introductory voluntary. Composed 
by Albert H. Grove. (Music) 

* Gunter (A. C), New York : 

Warneford (Lieut.) The adventures 
of a naval officer. A narrative. 
(Books: 1.) 
*Haeberle (F. L.), Millersville, Pa. : 

Normal (The) vertical writing. 
(Books: 2.) 

* Hambay music co., Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Twin-star march. By Jos. Cullen. 
Banjo duet. (Music.) 
Hamilton (T. F.), New York : 

Hamilton's New York negligence 
cases classified. (Books: 1.) 

* Hamlin (A. C), Bangor, Me. : 

Hamlin (A. C.) The battle of Chan- 
cellorsville. (Books: 1.) 
Hamm (Fred J.), Rah way, N. J. : 

Hamm (F.J.) The tonsorial recipe 
hook for barbers and druggists. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, Germany : 

Adoration of the cross. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Between two fires. (Fine arts : pho- 
tograph of painting.) 

Bright waves. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Convent (A) kitchen. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Dandy (A) chair. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of painting.) 

Empress (The) is coming (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Faiiw tales. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting.) 

Fortune telling. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Fountain (A). (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Hunting (A) "scene. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Inquisitive. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting.) 

Marshall Niel roses. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Mother's love. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Orpheus and Eurydice. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

St. Cecilia. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting.) 



* Harley (F. M.) pub. co., Chicago: 

Colville (W. J.) The law of corre- 
spondences applied to healing. (Books: 

Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

Juanita. (Song.) Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gnstave Kerker. 
(Music.) 

Poor O'Hoolahan! (Song.) Words 
by Hugh Morton. Music by Gnstave 
Kerker. (Music.) 

Would you if you could f (Song.) 
Words by Hugh Morton. Music by 
Gnstave Kerker. (Music.) 
Harper &, bros., New York: 

Colqukoun (A. R.) China in trans- 
formation. (Books: 1.) 

Hall (G.) The hundred and other 
stories. (Books: 1.) 

Tirebuck ( W. E. ) Meg of the scarlet 
foot. A novel. (Books: 1.) 
Harvey (Martha H.), Annisquam, Mass. : 

Beginning of an easterly storm. 
(Photographs.) 

Old ferry landing. (Photographs.) 

Rate's chasm. (Photographs.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Alpine violet (Alpeuveilchen). By 
W. Lege. op. 51. Revised and fin- 
gered by H. C. Macdougall. [Melodic 
sketches.] (Music.) 

Barcarole. By Gustav Ehrlich. op. 
5. Revised and fingered by Jaroslaw 
de Zielinski. [Endless amusement.] 
(Music.) 

Bird's (A) greeting (Voglein'sgruss). 
By Carl Mehler. op. 30. Revised and 
fingered by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 
[Endless amusement.] (Music.) 

Bird's (The) message (Voglein's bot- 
schaft). By Francois Behr. Revised 
and fingered by A. Bechter. Piano. 
4 hands. (Music.) 

By the forest brook (Am vraldbach. 
Idylle). ByO.Zapff. op. 7. Revised 
and lingered by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 
[Endless amusement.] (Music.) 

Elf play (Elfeuspiele). By VV. Lege, 
op. 55. Revised aud fingered by II. C. 
Macdougall. [Melodic sketches.] 
(Music.) 

Etude gracieuse. Arranged from 
" Kalkbrenner " by Wilson i;. Smith. 
[Melodic sketches. 1 (Mush 

Evening song. Abendlied. By W. 
Stunner, op.56. uo.5. For 1 hands. 
Piano. (Music.) 

Good morning. 

Geibel. Piano. | 
(Music.) 

Goodnight. Berceuse. Adanuieibel. 
Easj piece for the pianoforte. [Good 

wishes, no. d. ] (Music.) 

Hand in hand. Music by llaus A. 
Cesek. op. 13. (Music.) 

Happy (A) birthday. Adam Geibel, 



Scherzo. By Vd.uu 
Good wishes, no. 5. ] 



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Hatch music co., Philadelphia : 
Easy piece for the pianoforte. [Good 
wishes, no.3.] [Music] 

Happy (A) New Year. By Adam 
Geibel. Piano. [Good wishes, no. 2.] 
(Music.) 

Hidi-gong-gong-gerong. Chinese 
military march. By Hans Bardoni. 
op. 72. Revised and lingered by Jaros- 
law de Zielinski. [Endless amuse- 
ment.] (Music.) 

Inthemeadow. Josef Low. op. 150. 
no. 2. Revised and fingered by Thos. 
a Becket. Piano, 4 hands. (Music.) 

Intermezzo. From Cavalleria Rus- 
ticana. By P. Mascagni. Adapted for 
reed organ. By W. F. Sudds. (Music.) 

Little (The) postillion. By R. Klein- 
michel. Piano, 4 hands. (Music.) 

Mazurka. By Anatole Liadoff. op. 
11. Revised and fingered by Jaroslaw 
de Zielinski. [Melodic sketches.] 
(Music.) 

Meadow (A) dance. Polka. By H. 
Licliner. op. 85. no. 5. For 4 hands. 
Piano. (Music.) 

Melody. By A. Loschhorn. op. 51. 
no.3. Forlliands. Piano. (Music.) 

Merry (A) Christmas. By Adam 
Geibel. Piano. [Good wishes, no. 1.] 
(Music.) 

Merry (The) woodcutters. By John 
Kinross. Revised and fingered by 
Thomas Williams. Piano, 4 hands. 
(Music.) 

Mexican dance. A. Ferner. For the 
piano. (Music.) 

Mother's (A) cradle song. Music by 
Wilhelm Eyle. op. 32. (Song book.) 

Perpetual motion. By Carl Mayer. 
Arranged and edited by Wilson G. 
Smith. [Melodic sketches.] (Music.) 

Pleasant (A) summer. Melody. By 
Adam Geibel. Piano. [Good wishes, 
no. 4.] (Music.) 

Scherzo. By A. Loschhorn. op. 51. 
no. 11. Revised and lingered by Thos. 
a Beckct. Piano. (Music.) 

Serenade. By Franz Behr. Piano, 
4 hands. (Music.) 

Slavonic dance. By R. Krentzlin. 
op. 7. no. 1, Revised and fingered by 
Jaroslaw de Zielinski. [Endless amuse- 
ment.] (Music.) 

Sweetheart. (Cceur dame.) Polka 
brillante. By W. Lege. op. 47. Re- 
vised and fingered by H. C. Macdougall. 
[Melodic sketches.] (Music.) 

To the chase. Auf zur jagd. By 
Francois Behr. Revised and fingered 
by Thomas Williams. Piano, 4 hands. 
(Music.) 

Valse bohemienne. By Anton 
Dvorak, op. 54. Edited by Wilson G. 
Smith. [Melodic sketches.] (Music.) 



Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Valse caprice. By Fritz Spindler. 
op. 119. Revised and fingered by Wil- 
son G. Smith. [Melodic sketches.] 
(Music.) 
Hearn (Nannie), Pelham, Ga. : 

Hearn (N.) Seeking Christ; or, In- 
cidents and selections pertaining to 
conversion. (Books: 2.) 
Hearst (W. R.). New York: 

Burning of " Maria Teresa" on the 
evening of July 3. (Prints.) 

Graves of the Rough Riders of La 
Quasimas. (Prints.) 

Impromptu (An; hospital near Sibo- 
ney. (Prints.) 

inflating big war balloon. (Prints.) 

" Maria Teresa" (The). (Prints.) 

Refugees fleeing to Siboney for food. 
(Prints.) 

Rioting in Porto Rico. Nine slain. 
(Books: 3.) 

Setting up and printing the Cuban 
edition of the Journal. (Prints.) 

Soldier's (A) glorious shroud. 
(Prints.) 

Spain's pride, the "Cristobal 
Colon," as she now appears. (Prints.) 

Spanish prisoners at El Caney. 
(Prints.) 

Specimen of Spanish trenches at 
Santiago. (Prints.) 

Starboard view of Cervera's flagship 
after the fight. (Prints.) 

Stern view of the " Vizcaya" as she 
lay after the great fight. (Prints.) 

Taking Spanish captives to the Jour- 
nal's dispatch boat "Silvia." (Prints.) 

Two Spanish officers captured. 
(Prints.) 

Wreck of the armored cruiser "Al- 
mirante Oquendo." (Prints.) 
Heathcock {John), Chicago : 

Sweet America. By John Heath- 
cock. Harmonized and arranged by 
Carl Jaekel. Patriotic song. (Music.) 
■Heather (Richard C), New York: 

Bridal- wreath waltz. Composed by 
R. C. Heather. Piano. (Music.) 
Heckel (G. B), Philadelphia: 

Halphen (G.) Colors and varnishes. 
(Books: 3.) 

Scott (W.G.) A systematic method 
of testing varnish, japans, fixed oils, 
lubricating oils, spirits, svrups (etc.) 
(Boohs: 3.) 
Hep worth (George H.), U. S. : 

Hepworth (G. H.) Would you be 
young again? (Books: 3.) 
* Hermann (Seymour M.), Washington, 
D.C.: 

Confidential terms and information 
to our salesmen. (Books: 2.) 
Heugel et cie., Paris: 

Concerto. Pour violon, avec ac- 
compagnement d'orchestre. Par Theo- 
dore Dubois. (Music.) 



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Heugel et cie.. Paris: 

Silhouettes (Les). no. 41. Thai's. 
Comedie lvrique en 5 actes et 7 tab- 
leaux tie J. Massenet. (Petites trans- 
criptions tres faciles sur les operas en 
vogue. Soigneusement doigtees et ac- 
centuees par Georges Bull.) (Music.) 
Hill (J. L.) printing co., Richmond, Va. : 
Georgia (Gazetteer and directory of, 
for 1898-1899. ) (Books:].) 
Hogue (R. R.), Knoxville, Tenn. : 

Parade of the shake-rag militia. 
March. 2 mandolins and guitar. R. 
R. Hogue. (Music.) 
*Holbert (Charles), St. Mathias, Minn. : 
To the end of the world. Anti- 
Christ. (Books: 2.) 
Holt (Henry) & co., New York: 

Musset (Alfred de). Histoire d'un 
merle blanc. Edited, with introduction 
and notes, by Agnes Cointat and H. 
Isabelle Williams. (Books: 1.) 

Schiller (F.) Wilhelm Tell. Schau- 
spiel. Edited with introduction, notes, 
and vocabulary by Arthur H. Palmer. 
(Books: 1.) 
* Houghton, Mifflin & co., Cambridge, 
Mass. : 

Dryden (J.) Palamon and Arcite. 
Edited, with introduction and notes, by 
Arthur Oilman. [The Riverside liter- 
ature series.] (Books: 1.) 
Howard, Ainslee & co., New York: 

Loch (G.) The adventures of an 
ambassador, no. 10. A declaration of 
war. (Books: 3.) 
*Howley, Haviland & co., New York: 
Empty (The) sleeve upon a ragged 
coat. Words by Edw. M. Dresser. 
Music by M. J. Fitzpatrick. (Music.) 
Path (The) that leads the other way. 
Words and music by Paul Dresser. 
(Music.) 
" Hudson (Win. Henry), Cal.: 

Goldsmith (O.) Vicar of Wakefield. 
Notes and introduction by Win. Henry 
Hudson. [Heath's English classics.] 
(Books: 1.) 

Hudson-lvimberlv pub. co., Kansas City, 
Mo.: 

Giddings (II. A.) Manual for cyclists. 
(Books: 1.) 

Rowell (M. W.) Privates' handbook 
of military courtesy and guard duty. 
(Books: 1.) 

Spurgin (Wm.F.) Catechismal ed. 
of the infantry drill regulations, II. S. 
army. (Books: 1.) 
Hunt (John T.), New York : 

Panel boards, feeder boards, etc. 
Catalogue B. Zimdars & H u n t . 
(Books: 2.) 

*Hunt ( Woodbury E.), Concord, N. 11.: 
"Her future."' (Photographs.) 
" Vacant (The) chair.'' (Photo- 
graphs.) 



•Hunt (Woodbury E.), Concord, N. H. : 

"Visit (A) to the fortune teller." 
(Photographs.) 
Hurst (George H.), Manchester. England : 

Hurst (G. H.) The practical color 
maker. (Books: 3.) 
*Hyatt(D.P.): 

Hyatt (D.) D. P. Hyatt's telegraph 
code for coal and coke. (Books: 1.) 
Hyne (Cutcliffe), New York : 

Hyne (C.) Pirating of the Shah. 
(Books: 3.) 
Insurance press, New York : 

Things agents should know. (Books : 
3.) 
Internat. literary and news service, Irv- 
ingtou, N. Y. : 

Clark (K. U.) The drowning of 
Chubb. (Books: 3.) 

Immediate page. For July 24, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

M Quad page. For July 24, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Reed (Thomas B.) Man's history. 
For July 24, 1898. (Books : 3.) 

Sanderson (James Gardner.) Every 
seven years. For July 20. 1898. (Books : 
3.) 

Special page. For July 24, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 

Spofford (H. P.) The Spanish spy. 
(Books: 3.) 

Timely page. For July 
(Books:' 3.) 

Woman's page. For July 
(Books: 3.) 

Youth's page. For July 
(Books: 3.) 
Jacobs (Walter), Boston: 

Little minstrel waltz. For guitar. 
By H. P. Duffell. (Music.) 
* Jennings (J. L.), Bazette, Tex. : 

Jennings (J. L.) The New Testament 
church. (Books: 2.) 
Johnston (J. S.), New York : 

Akabo. Gil. (Photographs.) 

627. (Photographs.) 

At start of trial race. 633. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Cicada. 628. (Photographs.) 

(129. (Photographs.) 

Seawanhaka. 630. (Photographs.) 

631. (Photographs.) 

Start of trial race. 632. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
h Jones (A.), Marion, End. : 

Jones(A.) Science of arithmetic for 
teachers, etc. (Books: I.) 
Jones and Langhlins. ltd., Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Jones A. Langhlins. Useful infor- 
mation for business num. mechanics, 
and engineers. 13th ed., revised and 
enlarged. (Books: I.) 
Joslyn (Inza), Chicago: 

Death of the Winslow heroes. Words 
b\ ln/a Joslyn, Music by William 
Homer. (Music.) 



24. 


1898. 


21, 


1898. 


24, 


1898. 



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Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas 
City star, July 14, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

July 15, 1898. (Books : 3.) 

July 16, 1898. (Books : 3.) 

July 18, 1898. ( Books : 3. ) 

July 19. 1898. (Books: 3.) 

July 20. (Books: 3.) 

Kelly (JaneD.), Boston: 

Declaration (A). (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of design.) 
*Kent (James T.), M. D., Philadelphia: 
(Kent, J. T.) Stomach andabdomen. 
Repertory of the homoeopathic materia 
medica. (Books: 1.) 
* Kepner (Benjamin), Delair, N. J : 

Emblem of freedom. (Books: 2.) 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York : 
Accidents will happen. (Prints.) 
Appreciated. (Prints.) 
At the summer hoteL (Prints.) 
Dominant races. (Prints.) 
Forewarned, forearmed. (Prints.) 
Golden (A) opportunity. (Prints.) 
Heaven. (Prints.) 
Law (The) of attraction. (Prints.) 
Lingering doubts. (Prints.) 
Military terms. ( Prin ts. ) 
Nothing to criticise. (Prints.) 
Point (A) of resemblance. (Prints.) 
Protracting the campaign. (Prints.) 
Result (The). (Prints.) 
Rough (The) Riders. (Prints.) 
Serious (A) problem. (Prints.) 
Social advance. (Prints.) 
Surprise (A). (Prints.) 
Unfortunate orficiousness. (Prints.) 
Waiting for the verdict. (Prints.) 
Walking. (Prints.) 
Kester (Paul), U. S. : 

Kester (P.) Mrs. Hearns's chauvies. 
(Books: 3.) 
Kilburn (Benj. W.). Littleton, N. H. : 
American cavalrymen. Tampa, Fla. 
12631. (Photographs.) 

American cruisers. 126-18. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Battleship " Helena." 12629. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Battleship "Helena." 12645. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Battleship "Minneapolis" and her 
officers. 12625. (Photographs.) 

Battleship "Texas." 12628. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Battleship "Texas" and her crew. 
12627. (Photographs.) 

Battleship "Texas" and her officers. 
12626. (Photographs.) 

Blow ! blow the bugle, rally for the 
"Maine." 12636. (Photographs.) 
Clay (Henry). 12661. (Photographs.) 
Columbia admiring her navy. 12635. 
(Photographs.) 

Columbia to the rescue; justice for 
the "Maine." 12637. (Photographs.) 



Kilburn (Benj. W.), Littleton, N. H. : 

Cooking in camp, Tampa, Fla. 12633. 
(Photographs.) 

Double- turreted monitor. 12647. 
(Photographs.) 

Emmet (Robert). 12662. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Farragut (Admiral D. G.). 12658. 
(Photographs.) 

Father (The) of Old Glory, George 
Washington. 12652. (Photographs.) 

Following the heroes of the " Maine " 
to their last resting place. 12623. 
(Photographs.) 

Grant (Gen. U. S.). 12655. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Harbor (The), Key West. 12640. 
(Photographs.) 

Home, sweet home. 12650. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

In camp, Tampa, Fla. 12634. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Jackson (Andrew). 12660. (Photo- 



12657. 



(Pho- 
12659. (Pho- 



Jackson (Stonewall), 
tographs.) 

Jefferson (Thomas), 
tographs.) 

Last sad rites over the heroes of the 
"Maine." 12624. (Photographs.) 

Liberty mourning for the heroes of 
the "Maine." 12638. (Photographs.) 

Logan (Gen. John A.) 12656. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

"Marblehead" (The). 12646. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Merritt (General). 12665. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Mother (The) of Old Glory, Martha 
Washington. 12653. (Photographs.) 

Ocean (An) liner. 12642. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

O'Connell (Daniel). 12663. (Photo- 
graphs.) - 

Our boys in camp, Tampa, Fla. 
12632. (Photographs.) 

Preserver (The) of Old Glory, Abra- 
ham Lincoln. 12654. (Photographs.) 

Sampson's (Admiral) fleet at the 
blockade, Havana. 12630. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Schley (Admiral). 12664. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Supply steamers lined up at Key 
West. 12641. (Photographs.) 

Trying our batteries. 12651. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

U. S. battleship coaling at Kev West. 
12644. (Photographs.) 

White-winged messenger. 12643. 
(Photographs.) 

Why has Old Glory been baptized 
and rebaptized in blood? 12639. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Why we respect and admire Old 
Glory. 12666. (Photographs.) 



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Kiltrara (Benj. W.), Littleton, N. H. : 

"Winslow" (The) ; showing the place 
where Ensign Bagley and companions 
met their death. * 12649. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Kimball (1).), Chicago: 

Trustworthy information, illus- 
trated, about an easily learned, swift- 
ly written, certainly-read shorthand. 
(Boohs: 2.) 
Kimball (Lewis H.), Moline, 111. : 

Hog logic. (Books: 2.) 
Kistner (Fr.), Leipzig, C4ermany : 

Aus irdischem Getummel. Fur ge- 
mischten chor. Von Gustav Schreck. 
op. 31. [Geistliche gesiinge. no. 1.] 
(Music.) 

Licht, zum heil der welt gekommen. 
Fiir gemischten chor. Von Gustav 
Schreck. op. 31. [Geistliche gesiinge. 
no. 2.] (Music.) 

O Ursprung des lebens. Fiir ge- 
mischten chor. Von Gustav Schreck. 
op. 31. [Geistliche gesiinge. no. 4.] 
(Music.) 

Passionsgesang. Ach, wie riugt des 
Dulders seele. Fiir gemischten chor. 
Von Gustav Schreck. op. 31. [Geist- 
liche gesiinge. no. 5.] (Music.) 

Tag (Der) ninimt ab. Fiir gemischten 
chor. Von Gustav Schreck. op. 31. 
[Geistliche gesiinge. no. 3.] (Music.) 
Knapp (Joseph P.), New York : 

Day (A) in June. (Lithographs.) 

My lady's glove. (Lithographs.) 
Kraft (Geo. J.), New York : 

Emblem of liberty. (Prints.) 
Kurz tfc Allison, Chicago: 

Capture of El Caney, El Paso, and 
* fortifications of Santiago. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Destruction of Adm'l Cervera's Span- 
ish fleet off Santiago de Cuba. (Litho- 
graphs.) 
La Fetra (II. A.) , New York: 

"La vision." (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of statuary.) 
Lambert hoisting engine co., Newark, 
N. J. : 

Lambert hoisting engine co., succes- 
sors to W. A. Crook & bro.'s co., manu- 
facturers of high-grade hoisting en- 
gines and boilers. (Books: 2.) 
Lammers (P. J.), Baltimore, Md. : 

Maryland, my Maryland. With easy 
variations for violin and piano. By 
FredLax. [Standard themes., no. 10.] 
(Music.) 
Lampard (G. P.), Burlington, Iowa: 

Dewey's victory at Manila. March. 

I Words and music by G. R. Lampard. 
(Music.) 
Song. Words and music by (i. 
R. Lampard. (Music.) 



young 
of the 



March. 
Piano. 



Lamprey (Lunette), Washington, D. C. : 
Martinique (A) love story. By Lu- 
nette Lamprey. (Dramatic composi- 
tion.) 
*Lamson, Wolffe & co., Boston : 

Mackie(P. B.) Ye lyttle Salem maide. 
(Books: 1.) 
^Lathrop (Francis), New York: 

Christ in glory; or, The second com- 
ing of Christ. (Fine arts : photograph 
of painting.) 
Lee & Shepard, Boston : 

Parker (W. Gordon). Six 
hunters ; or, The adventures 
Greyhound club. (Books: 1.) 
*Leet (Kline F.), Alliance, Ohio: 
Sigma (The) alpha epsilon. 
Two-step. By K. F. Leet. 
(Music.) 
*Lefavour (Wm. J.), Salem, Mass. : 

Husha-bye! Close you' eye. By Jo- 
seph Dignam. (Music.) 
"Leighton (Charles 11.), Waltham, Mass. : 
Leighton's ready reference. (Books: 
2.) 
'Leslie's weekly, New York: 

Sampson (Rear-admiral William T.), 
U.S.N. (Prints.) 
Levenson (Meyer), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Battle (The) of Manila. In the bay 
of Manila in the Philippine island, 
t Books: 2.) 
Life pub. co., New York : 

Clear the way. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

"Mary, is that young man in the 
parlor?" (etc.) (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia : 

Altsheler (Joseph A.) The last rend . 
(Books: 3.) 
Electricity. Lesson no. 9. (Books: 

2.) 
Livermore& Knight co.. Providence H.I. : 

Cocktails, and how to make them. 
(Books: 2.) 
*Lockwood (James D.), Little Falls. 
N. Y. : 

Remember the humble soldier boys. 
Song. By James D. Lockwood. ^Mu- 
si c.) 
*Lothrop pub. co., Boston : 

Brine (M.D.) Bappy little people. 
Rhymes and stories about and for 
them. (Books: L.) 

Brooks (E. S., compiler), Children 
all. A book of stories and verses for 
little people. (Books: L.) 

Hall (F. H.) Little bids and lassies. 
Stories in prose and verse printed 
about and for them. (Books: I.) 

Pratt (E. F.) A dozen darlings and 
their doings. (Books: t.) 
Lov I Daniel Osoar), Atkinson. 111. : 

Loy (D. 0.) Tat's patriotic - 
oquy. (Books: 2." 1 



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Lyon & Healy, Chicago : 

Cupido. * Vals. Por Francisco F. 
Cardenas. [Nuevas piezas de baile. 
23.] (Music.) 

Lorenza. Polka. Por Vicente Cor- 
dero. [Nuevas piezas de baile. 22.] 
(Music.) 

Mi dulce encanto. Polka. Por 
Vicente Cordero. [Nuevas piezas de 
baile. 21.] (Music.) 

Nieve de Estio. Vals. Por Ezequiel 
Garcia, [n. i.] [Nuevas piezas de baile. 
20.] (Music.) 
McClure (S. S.) co.. Now York: 

Black (P. Y.) Old hearts aflame. 
(Books: 3.) 

Chesney (W.) and Munro (A.) John 
Topp, pirate. Chaps. 4-7. (Books: 3.) 

chaps. 8, 9. (Books: 3.) 

chaps. 10-13. (Books: 3.) 

chaps. 14 and 15. (Books: 3.) 

Tracy (L.) The lost provinces. 
Chaps. 1-7. (Books: 3.) 

chaps. 8 and 9. (Books : 3.) 

McConnell school supply co., Philadel- 
phia : 

World (Map of the) on Mercator's 
projection. (Maps and charts.) 
*McRoy (John T.), Chicago: 

Topics of the times. (Books: 2.) 
Maguire (John AY.), Scranton, Pa. : 

Scranton, Pa., 1898, and its enter- 
. prising promoters. (Engravings.) 
Mas (Ernest), New York: 

Mas ( E.) Linseed oil. Chap. 19. 
(Books: 3.) 
* Mason (John), New York : 

" Maine " at sea. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 
Mercantile clearing house, Boston: 

Are vou alwavs on time? (Books: 
. 2.) 

Don't be alarmed. (Books: 2.) 
Meredith (O.A.) 

Tenth regiment march. By 0. A. 
Meredith. [Piano.] (Music.) 
Metz (Theodore A.), New York: 

Mignonette. A Creole love song. 



Music bv 

(Music) " 

satin, jr. 



Ed- 



Words bv Henrv Rightor. 
E. J. Faure and f . A. Metz. 
Milieu ( J. C). Denver, Colo. : 
Milieu (J. C.) French 
(Books : 2.) 
Millet (J. B.) co., Boston: 

BrinklevfF.) Japan, sec. 14. 
ited by F. Brinkley. (Books : 1.) 
Miner (H. C.) litho. co.. New York : 

Air (The) ship. An actual scene. 
6325. 1-sheet. (Lithographs.) 

Bowery (The) burlesquers. "Con- 
cert hall.'* "A slumming party." no. 
6233. 1-sheet. (Lithographs.) 

Female (A) drummer. "Cab, cab, 
cab." 6310. 1 sheet. (Lithographs.) 
Morrison (W. M.). Chicago: 

Mounteer (Sidney Arthur), nos. 33 
and 34. (Photographs.) 



Mott (J. L.) iron works, New York: 

Illustrated circular and price list of 
Mott's sanitary ware for stables. 
(Books: 2.) 

Sunray heater. August circular. 
1898. (Books: 2.) 
Mutual life insurance co.. New York: 

Minnesota. (Maps and charts.) 

Record of productive counties for the 
month of . . . Illinois. (Maps.) 

Minnesota. (Maps and charts.) 

New Jersey . ( Maps and charts. ) 

North Dakota. (Maps.) 

Myers (Geo. W.), Baltimore, Md. : 

I like to call her Joe. By Geo. W. 
Myers. [Vocal.] (Music.) 
Newnes (George), ltd.. London: 

Curiosities. (Books: 3.) 

Doyle (A. C.) Roundthe fire. chap. 
3. The storv of the lost special. 
(Books: 2.) 
Nielen (A.), Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Evangeline. [In Premium ed. no. 
49 and 50.] (Books: 2.) 
Norman (Mrs. N. R.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Norman tailor system. Centennial 
pattern, no. 15. Improved, June, 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Norwood (C. W.), Chattanooga, Tenn. : 

Battle (The) of Chattanooga (as 
officially designated). (Books: 2.) 

Battle (The) of Chickamauga, in its 
entiretv of thirty-sis hours' duration, 
etc. (Books: 2.) 

Chattanooga battlefields (map of the), 
Nov., 1863. Orchard Knob, 23d; Look- 
out Mountain, 21th; Missionary Ridge, 
25th. (Maps.) 

Chickamauga (The) and Chattanooga 
campaign and battlefields. (Books: 2.) 

Chickamauga and Chattanooga cam- 
paigns and battlefields. (Book of bat- 
tles.) (Books: 2.) 

Chickamauga. Ga. (battle map of), 
Saturday, 19; Sunday, 20, Sept., 1863. 
(Maps.)' 

Roster of Union and Confederate 
troops. (Books: 2.) 
Novello & co., ltd., London, England: 

Benedictus. Key of A. By George 
C. Martin. [Novello's parish choir 
book. no. 373.] (Music.) 

Te Deum laudamus. Set to music in 
the key of E flat. By Boyton Smith. 
[Novello's parish choir book. no. 375.] 
(Music.) 

Unto Thee, O God, do we give 
thanks. Anthem for harvest. Com- 
posed by Bruce Steane. [Novello's oc- 
tavo anthems, no. 601.] (Music.) 
* O'Neill (Kate), Richmond, Va. : 

O'Neill (K.) Punctuation. (Books: 
1.) 



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Open court pub. co., Chicago: 

Cornill (C.H.) History of the peo- 
ple of Jsrael from the earliest times to 
the destruction of Jerusalem by the 
Romans. Written for lav readers. 
Translated by W. H. Carruth. (Books : 
1.) 
Oviatt (F. C), Philadelphia : 

Roval arcanum confessions. Rev. ed. 
(Boohs: 2.) 
Page (L. C.) & co., Boston : 

Paget (R. L.. ed.) Poems of Ameri- 
can patriotism. (Books: 1.) 
Parker (Franklin E.), Roxbury, Mass.: 
At the sound of the trumpet's call. 
By Franklin E. Parker. (Music.) 
"Parmelee (Hoyt), Chicago: 

Forms. [12th annual ser. circulat- 
ing library.] (Books: 2.) 
Pasonault (Joseph E.), Cando. N. Dak.: 

"Genevie." no. 1. (Photographs.) 
Pearl (Eugene), New York: 

Marvel whirling spray syringe. 
Special vaginal douche. Indispensable 
to the health of all wornen. (Books: 2.) 
Pearsall (Frank). Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Watson (W. L.) 1-2. ' 19103-19104. 
(Photographs.) 
Peck, Stow & Wilcox co., New York : 

Our ideal. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting.) 
Peiser (T. E.), Skaguay. Alaska: 

Soapy Smith and the interior of his 
saloon. (Photographs.) 

* Penn pub. co., Philadelphia : 

Wright (J. MacN.) Astronomy. The 
sun and his family. (Books: 1.) 

* Pennsylvania railroad co.. Philadel- 
phia : 

Penn. R. R. co.. summer excursion 
routes. 1898. [J. T. no. 3.1 [I. C.C. 
no. 333.] (Books: 1.; 
Penrose (Wesley), Ironwood, Mien. . 

Knockout (The) blow. Words and 
music by Wesley Penrose. (Music.) 
Photographische gesellsehaft. Berlin: 

Autumn gold. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 

Bismarck. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting.) 

Blessed (The) Damosel. (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

Eighty and eighteen. Old debauchee 
looking mockingly at his young wife. 
(Fine arts: photograph of paintirig.) 

Fishing. (Fine arts: photograph of 
painting.) 

Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse auf dem 
Sterbelager. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting.) 

Madonna. (Fine arts: photograph 
of painting.) 

Roman (A) bath. (Fine arts: pho- 
tograph of painting.) 



Plumb (H. P.), Chicago: 

Sleep and dream of me. Words by 
Harriet Pixley Plumb. Music by G. 
B. Brigham. (Music.) 
Polk (R. L.) & co., Detroit, Mich. : 

Polk (R. L. ■& co.) St. Paul citv 
directory. 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Prince (Geo.), Washington, D. C. : 

Jones (Chaplain Harry), of the U. S. 
battleship "Texas." (Photographs.) 
Prosser (William W.) & Wright (John 
H.), Columbus, Ohio : 

"Escapade (An)" (That's all.) A. 
musical comedy in 3 acts. Book by 
Will AY. Prosser. Music by J. H. 
Wright. (Music.) 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons, New York: 

Dickens (C.) A tale of two cities. 
(Books: 1.) 

Reid (Christian). The chase of an 
heiress. (Books: 1.) 

Seaver (James E.) A narrative of 
the life of Mary Jemison; De-he-wli- 
mis, the white woman of the Genesee. 
6th ed. (Books: 1.) 
"Rader (Perry S.), Jefferson City, Mo. : 
Rader (P. S.) The civil government 
of the United States and the State of 
Missouri, and the history of Missouri 
from the earliest time to the present. 
(Books: 1.) 
Ram age (George Wood), Chicago: 

Ramage (G. W.) "Admiral Dewey's 
address to his fleet.'' (J use before the 
battle of Manila, May 1, 1898.) (Books : 
2.) 
Rand, McNally & co., Chicago: 

Rand-McNally (The) fourth reader. 
(Books: 1.) 

* Reeve (Selah), Cleveland, Ohio : 

Geometric calendar. 8^x51-. (Books: 
2.) 
Refuss (F. M.), Groton. S. Dak. : 

Peerless (The) waltz. Composed for 
violin, cornet, aud piano. By F. M. 
Refuss. (Music.) 
Regina music box co., Railway, X. J. : 

Mamma's little runaway. Song. 
Kingsley. no. 1632. (Musical chart.) 

My sweetheart went down with the 
" Maine." Song. Morgan, no. 1633. 
(Musical chart.) 

Rally round the flag. Song. Brad- 
bury. no.5037. (Musical chart.) 

Remember the "Maine." Song. Phil- 
lips, no. 5038. (Musical chart.) 

Stars (The) and stripes forever. 
March. Sousa. no. 4102. (Musical 
chart.) 

* Rineharl ( F. AA Omaha. Nehr. : 

Administration areh. (no. 3.) (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Arch of states, (no. 366.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Bandstand, (no.18.) (Photographs.) 

Bird's-eye view, graucl court, (no. 
71.) (Photographs.) 



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Rinehart (F. A.), Omaha, Nebr. : 

(no.73.) (Photographs.) 

Colonnade, no. 8. (Photographs.) 

Court— west end. (no. 5.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

East Colonnade, from M. & E. build- 
ing, (no. 368.) (Photographs.) 

East end, grand court. (no. 38.) 
(Photographs.) 

Entrance, Agricultural building. 
(no. 2.) (Photographs.) 

Fine art building. (No. 4.) (Pho- 
tographs.) 

no. 239. % (Photographs. ) 

Fountain, night, no. 317. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Fountain of Neptune, (no. 37. ) 
(Photographs.) 

Girls' and boys' building, no. 289. 
(Photographs.) 

Government building, (no. 56.) 
(Photographs.) 

(no.- 369.) (Photographs.) 

Grand court. (no. 403.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Grand court, from M. and M. build- 
ing, (no. 372.) (Photographs.) 

Grand court, looking east. (no. 19.) 
(Photographs.) 

Grand court, looking east, night. 
no. 302. (Photographs J 

Grand court, looking northeast, (no. 
6.) (Photographs.) 

Grand court, looking northwest. 
110. 205. (Photographs.)" 

Grand court, looking west, night, 
(no. 55.) (Photographs.) 
no. 313. (Photographs. ) 

Horticulture building. (no. 63.) 
(Photographs.) 

center facade, no. 65. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

portico. (no. 61.) (Photo- 
graphs) 

Machinery and electricity building, 
(no. 336.) (Photographs.) 

(no. 378.) (Photographs.) 

(no. 404.) (Photographs.) 

(no. 405.) (Photographs.) 

Manufactures building. (no. 305.) 
(Photographs.) 

Mines and mining building, (no. 
13.) (Photographs.) 

(no. 62.) (Photographs.) 

Mining building and colonnade. (110. 
7.) (Photographs.) 

Minnesota state building, (no. 370.) 
(Photographs.) 

NE. section grand canal, (no. 39.) 
(Photographs.) 

Nebraska building, (no. 11.) (Pho- 
tographs.) 

North, from administration arch. (no. 
362.) (Photographs.) 

North midway, (no. 67.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 



the people. 
3.) 

(Books: 3.) 
Milwaukee, 



* Rinehart (F. A.), Omaha, Nebr. : 

North side, grand court, (no. 363.) 
(Photographs.) 

Color photographs of the Trans- 
Mississippi and international exposi- 
tion. (Books: 1.) 

Opening day. (no. 1.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Section, art room. (no. 9.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Section, grand court, (ho. 20. ) (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Section, grand court, from govern- 
ment building, (no. 42.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Section of granclcourt. no. 41. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Sod house, (no. 367.) (Photographs.) 

South side, grand court, (no. 364.) 
(Photographs.) 

Streets of all nations, (no. 10.) (Pho- 
tographs.) 

(no. 43. ) (Photographs. ) 

U. S. govt. bldg. no. 221. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

(no. 371.) (Photographs.) 

(night.) no. 296. (Photographs.) 

Rita, London, England : 

Rita. A daughter of 
chap. 6, 7, and 8. (Books : 

chap. 9, 10, and 11. 

Rohlting sons' music co., 
Wis. : 

Lead, kindly light. Sacred song. 
For baritone or contralto. By D. Pro- 
theroe. (Music.) 
Rollins (Montgomery), Boston: 

Rollins (M.) Tables showing the net 
return from bonds, stocks, and other 
investments ; 3, 3i, 4, 4f, 5, and 7 per 
cent, and maturing from 6 months to 50 
years. (Books: 1.) 

Ross (Clinton), U. S. : 

Ross (C. ) The two doors. The rebel, 
the tory. and the spy. (Books: 3.) 
Rossiter (Will), Chicago : 

Admiral Dewey march. Composed 
by Otto BonnelL [Piano.] (Music.) 
Our Yankee navy boys. Words and 
music by Joe Hayden. (Music.) 

We can't forget the ' ' Maine." Words 
and music by W. R. Williams. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Rothrock (J. T. ), Philadelphia : 
Black birch, sweet birch, 
birch. (Betula lenta, 1.) 
county, Pa, (Engravings.) 

Trunk of black birch, sweet birch, 
cherry birch. (Betula lenta, 1.) Ches- 
ter county, Pa. (Engravings.) 
Sadler (Warren H.), Baltimore, Md. : 

Richardson ( W. P. ) Commercial law. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sampson, Murdock & co., Boston: 
Newport (The) directorv. 
(Books: 1.) 



ch erry 
Chester 



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Sanborn (Kate), Metcalf, Mass. : 

Sanborn (K.) My favorite lectures 
of long ago for friends who remember. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Alturas, Modoc county, Cab June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Alva, Woods county, O. T. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Bamberg, Bamberg county, S. C. 
June, 1898.' (Maps.)" 

Brownwood, Brown county, Tex. 
June. 1898. (Maps.) 

Busbnell, McDonough county, 111. 
May, 1898. (Maps.) 

Chilton, Calumet county, Wis. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Coleman, Coleman county, Tex. 
May, 1898. (Maps.) 

Colfax, Placer county, Cal. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Downingtown, Chester county, Pa. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Elmhurst, Du Page county, 111. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Elm wood. Peoria county, 111. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Evanston, Uinta county, Wyo. May, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Fort Worth, Tex. 1898. [Insurance 
maps.] (Maps.) 

Huron, Beadle county, S. D. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Ithaca, Tompkins county, N. Y. (In- 
surance maps.) June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Larcbmont, Westchester county, N. 
Y. May, 1898. (Maps.) 

Las Vegas, San Miguel county, N. 
Mex. June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Olvphant, Lackawanna county, Pa. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

St. Charles, Kane county, 111. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Schenevus, Otsego county, N. Y. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Schoharie, Schoharie county, N. Y. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Shelbyville, Shelby county, 111. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Springer, Colfax county, N. Mex. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Sturgeon Bav, Door county, Wis. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Sullivan, Moultrie county, 111. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Taunton, Mass., 1898. [Insurance 
maps.] (Maps,) 

Tii'ton, Berrien county, Ga. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Truckee, Nevada county, Cal. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 

Two Rivers, Manitowoc county. Wis. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

Vandalia, Fayette county, 111. Juno. 
1898. (Maps.) 

Warren, Bristol county, R.I. June, 
1898. (Maps.) 



Sauborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 
Woodward, Woodward county. O. T. 
June, 1898. (Maps.) 

* Saunders (W. B.), Philadelphia: 

Da Costa (,). C ) A manual of modern 
surgery, general and operative. 
(Books: 1.) 

Zuckerkandl (O.) Atlas and epitome 
of operative surgery. Edited by J. 
Chalmers Da Costa. (Books: 1.) 
Schirmer (G.), New York : 

Daisies. Song, with piano accom- 
paniment. Words byFrauk Dempster 
Sherman. Music by C. B. Hawley. 
Soprano in G. Alto in E flat. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Schroeder (J. H. ), New York : 

Good night (A) song. By Paul Am- 
brose, op. 14. no. 3. For piano. 
(Music.) 

Hummingbird. (Colibri.) By Paul 
Ambrose, op. 14. no. 4. For piano. 
(Music.) 

March. By Paul Ambrose, op. 14. 
no. 1. For piano. (Music.) 

Waltz. By Paul Ambrose, op. 14. 
no. 2. For piano. (Music.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York: 

Love conies back to his vacant dwell- 
ing. Song. Words by Austin Dobson. 
Music by Henry Waller. High voice. 
(Music. ) 

Low voice. (Music.) 

Ocean breezes. Piano solo. By Vic- 
tor Herbert. (Music.) 

— — By Victor Herbert. Arranged 
by Otto Langey for military band. 
(Music.) 

Past (Vorueber). High-voice song, 
with piano accompaniment. By P. A. 
Schnecker. no. 2. (Music.) 

Low-voice song, with piano ac- 
companiment. By P. A. Schnecker. 
no. 2. (Music.) 

Twenty-second regiment march. By 
Victor Herbert. Arranged by Otto 
Langey for orchestra. (Music. ) 
*Scovill & Adams co.,New York: 

Woodbury (W.E.) The encyclopaedic 
dictionary of photography. (Books: 
1.) 
Seibert (Henry) & bro. co., Boston : 
Best (The) yet. (Lithographs.) 
Servoss (R. D.),Vew York: 

Philadelphia to New Brunswick and 
Plainiield. N. J. (Sectional road map 
(Maps.) 

* Sharp & Alleman co., Philadelphia : 

Sharp *V Alleman. Lawyers' and 
bankers' directory for L898. July edi- 
tion. (Books: I.) 

* Shaughuessy (Michael J,)>New York: 

Electrical show. (Engravings.) 



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Shepard (Frank), Chicago : 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to vols. 22 
and 23. Nevada decisions. (Books: 
2.) 

Supplement to v. 42. West Vir- 
ginia decisions. (Books: 2.) 

Supplement to vols. 107, 108, 109. 

Michigan decisions. (Books: 2.) 
Shepp (Daniel B.), Philadelphia: 

Beck (H. H.) Cuba's fight for free- 
dom and the war with Spain. (Books : 

1.) 
Shipman (B. J.), St. Paul, Minn. : 

Minnehaha falls, no. 109. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Short-story pub. co., Boston : 

Black "cat, title-page. Design for 
Sept., 1898. (Engravings.) 
Smith (Elizabeth S.), U. S. : 

Smith (W. W.) A condensed ety- 
mology of the English language for 
common schools. (Books: 1.) 
Smith (N. C), Kansas City, Mo. : 

Christian (The) recorder march. 
By N. Clark Smith. Piano. (Music.) 
Spectator co., New York : 

Handbook of life and accident insur- 
ance on the assessment or natural pre- 
mium plan. (Books: 1.) 

* Spooner (G. A.), Leavenworth, Kans. : 

Chanal (F. V. A.) The American 
army in the War of secession . (Books : 

1.) 

Stannard (Henrietta Eliza Vaughan), 
London : 

Stannard (H. E. V.) His way and 
hers. 'Chaps. 1, 2, 3, and 4. (Books: 
3.) 
Stark (Julius) & co., Greater New York: 

"Astoria" (The) march and two-step. 
Piano. Composed by Charles Kohl- 
man. (Music.) 

"She may be somebody's mother." 
Words and music by Will C, Carleton. 

• State of South Dakota: 

South Dakota. (Reports of cases de- 
cided in the supreme court of the state 
of) From the decisions of June 17, 
1896, to and including the decisions of 
May 6, 1897. With notes, references, 
and index, v. 9. (Books: 1.) 
Steele (Esther B.), U. S. : 

Steele (J. D.) Fourteen weeks in 
popular geology. (The story of the 
rocks.) Rev. ed. (Books: 1.) 
stein-Bloch co., New York: 

Cutaway coat. Spring. 1888. no. 3. 
(Prints.) 

Double-breasted sack. Spring, 1898. 
no. 4. (Prints.) 

Golf-cycle suit. Spring, 1898. no. 5. 
(Prints.) 



Sack suit. 
(Prints.) 



Spring 



1898. 



Stein-Bloch co..New York: 

* Stein-Bloch (The) frock and over- 
sack. Spring, 1898. no. 1. (Prints.) 
Top coat. Spring, 1898. no. 6. 
(Prints.) 
Stoddard (S. R.), Glens Falls, N. Y. : 

Stoddard (S. R. ) Adirondack memo- 
ries. (Books: 2.) 

Historic lake Cham plain. 

(Books: 2.) 
Stoves aud hardware pub. co., St. Louis, 
Mo.: 

Ellers (C. L.) Heating and ventila- 
tion. (Books: 1.) 
Strobridge litho. co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 
Battle of Manila bay. (N. Y. no. 
8137.) 1 sheet. (Chromos.) 

First part. N. Y. no. 8089. 1 sheet, 
(Lithographs.) 

West citizens. N. Y. no. 8095. 3 
sheets. (Lithographs.) 
Stromberg (Charles J.), Chicago: 

Manual of the coupon-ticket points 
and coupon-ticket agents in the United 
States, the Canadas, and Mexico. July 
1, 1898. no. 65. (Books: 1.) 
Sturges (Theodore), New York: 

Tony Gale (dog). (Photographs.) 
Tanenbaum (M.), New York: 

"Chalet du cycle." (Fine arts: 
photograph of painting.) 

* Taylor (Isaac B.), New York: 

Low (A) relief plaster cast of the 
battle ship "Maine." (Fine arts: 
photograph of model.) 
Terhune (William L.), Boston: 

Terhune (W. L.) My friend, the 
captain; or, Two Yankees in Europe. 
(Books: 1.) 
*Thuma (Robert F.), Pittsburg, Pa. : 
Thnma (R. F.) The grace of man. 
(Books: 1.) 
Tingiey (George E.), Mystic, Conn. : 

Toil. ^Photographs.) 
Towle mfg. co., Newburyport, Mass. : 
Colonial. (Photographs.) 

* Tretbar (Charles F.), New York: 

Drei stundchen (Three serenades). 
Fur piano. Coniponirt von Ed. Pol- 
dini. op. 22, no. 3. A flat, major. 
(Music.) 

* Turner (A. R.) pub. co., Auburn, Me. : 

Turner's Androscoggin county di- 
rectory. 1898-99. (Books: 1.) 

Turner's Skowhegan, Norridgewock, 
and Madison directory. 1898-99. 
(Books: 1.) 
Tyler (W. B.), San Francisco, Cal. : 

Camp Merritt, San Francisco, June, 
1898. (Engravings.) 
Union iron works, San Francisco, Cal. : 

Cross section of a modern, wet- 
crushing stamp battery. (Engravings.) 

Metallurgical and mining machinery. 
Catalogue no. 5. (Books: 2.) 






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* United society of christian endeavor, 

Chicago : 

Allen (F. H.) The quiet hour and 
how to keep it. (Books: 1.) 

Cuyier (T. L.) Well-built plain talks 
to young people. (Books: 2.) 

Sheldon (C. M.) The redemption of 
Freetown, chap. 3. (Books: 3.) 

Wells (A. R.) Citizens in training. 
(Books: 1.) 

* United States casualty co., New York: 

Coupon contract of insurance for 

accidents in travel and to cyclists, and 

for notification of accidents. (Books: 2.) 

United States ptg. co., Russell-Morgan 

print, Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Big 4 comedians. (Lithographs.) 
Circus poster, 1 sheet, no. 1. (Lith- 
ographs.) 

(Lithographs. ) 
(Lithographs.) 
(Lithographs.) 
(Lithographs.) 
on the board of trade. 



v.. 2. 

no. 3. 

no. 4. 

no. 15. 

Excitement 



(Lithographs.) 

Female (A) drummer. Miss Hasa 
Bargain. (Lithographs.) 

Moonlight bicycle ride. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Paneless (A) operation. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Richards and Pringles-Rusco and 
Holland's big minstrel festival. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Scott's (Oliver) refined negro min- 
strels, no. 3070. 3 sheet. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

no. 3073. 3 sheet. (Litho- 
graphs.) 

Sing! Sing! change cars for two 
years. (Lithographs.) 

Spring (A) chicken. (Lithographs.) 

* University pub. co., New York : 

Gildersleeve (Basil L.), Lodge (Gon- 
zalez). Gildersleeve's Latin grammar. 
Schooled. (Books: 2.) 

Kingsley (Chas.) Westward, Ho! 
or, Amyas Leigh in the Spanish main. 
[Standard literature series.] (Books : 

1.) 
Yan Cleve (J. S.), Chicago: 

Gavotte humore9que. Robin Goodfel- 
low. Piano solo. By J. S. Yan Cleve. 
(Music.) 
Yan Nostrand (A. G.), New York: 
"Prize beauty." (Lithographs.) 
YYisser (J.P.) Explosive materials. 
(Books: 1.) 

* Yance (S. J.), Aurora, Mo. : 

Vance's battle of nations. (Books: 2.) 
Wadsworth (C, jr.), New York: 

VYadsworth (C, jr.) Heating, venti- 
lating, and sanitary equipment of a 
modern hotel. (Books: 2.) 
Waite (A. H.), Tacoma, Wash. : 

Mount Tacoma at close of day. 
(Photographs.) 



* YVaite (L. P.) & co., Newburgh, N. Y. : 

Waite's Newburgh city directory for 
1898; Including a business directory, 
church, society, and street directory, 
and a map of the city. (Books : 1.) 
Walker (Geo. H.) & co., Boston: 

World (The). (Maps.) 
Wallbridge (William Gedney), German- 
town, Pa. : 

Wallbridge (W. G., comp.) Descend- 
ants of Henry Wallbridge, who married 
Anna Amos, December 25, 1688, at Pres- 
ton, Conn. (Books: 1.) 
Warman (Cy.), U.S.: 

Warman(C.) Wakalona. (Books: 3.) 
Waters (H. T.), La Crosse, Wis. : 

"Partridge." (Lithographs.) 
Way (George Alexander), Kalamazoo, 
Mich. : 

Yankee pig war song; or, The new 
Yankee Doodle. (Music.) 
Webb pub. co., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Sewell (F. L.) Movable shelter, fat- 
tening boxes, pens for moulting, exhi- 
bition stock. (In Poultrv herald, 
June, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 
Webster & Albee, Rochester, N. Y. : 

Xanthoceras Sorbifolia China. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Weekes & co., London: 

Ulstermcn. Popular song. By A. E. 
J. McCreary. (Music.) 

* Weil (Leo D.) Chicago: 

First (The) sale clay. (Engravings.) 
Weisman (W. H.) Franconia, N. H. : 

Lafayette mountain, Franconia, N. H. 
1898. no. 8. (Photographs.) 

no. 9. (Photographs.) 

no. 10. (Photographs.; 

no. 11. (Photographs.) 

Westinghouse, Church, Kerr &, co.,New 
York : 

Proposed boiler plant of 900 horse- 
power water-tube boilers, equipped 
with Roney mechanical stokers, circu- 
lating economizer, and mechanical 
draft. (Fine arts : blue print of draw- 
ing.) 

Lightning arresters for alternating 
current high-potential power transmis- 
sion circuits. Catalogue no. 169, B. 
Circular no. 38-B. (Books: 2.) 

* White (Norman H.), Brook line, Mass. : 

White (N. H. ) A few trimmings from 
a tinder of books. (Books: 1.) 
AYhite-Smith music pub. co., Boston: 

Rose (The) king march. Two-step. 
By Geo. Lowell Tracy. [Piano.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

[Jncle Sammy's navy; or, The boys 
in blue. Orchestra accompaniment to 
song. By B. Morrill Noyes. (Music.) 

Song. Words ami music by B. 

Morrill Noyes. (Mlisio.) 

What the wild waves said. Words 
bv P. .1. OWlallov. Music by E. 11. 
Bailey. (Music.) 



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Whittlesey (Mills). Trenton, X. J. : 

Fact fixers. (Books: 2.) 

* Wildermann (Chas.), New York: 

Chadwick (Mrs. F.) The lnck-piece. 
Our little Phil. (The Catholic library. 
r.23.) (Books: 1.) 

Poor Lady Frivole. Bernard 

Mallory's repentance. On good soil. 
Three short stories. (The Catholic 
library, v. 13.) (Books: 1.) 

Crowley (M. C.) The child crusaders, 
and other stories. (The Catholic 
library, v. 24.) (Books: 1.) 

Egan (M. F.) Some pleasant tales 
for "boys and girls. (The Catholic 
library, v. 15.) (Books: 1.) 

Egan (M.F.). Some pleasant tales 
for boys and girls. (The Catholic 
v. 25. (Books: 1.) 

Lecky(W.) Exiles from Erin. With 
the Irish fairies. (The Catholic li- 
brary, v. 21.) (Books: 1.) 

Katie's faith, and other stories. 

(The Catholic library, v. 2.) (Books: 

1.) 

Sadiier (A. T.) How Frank did it. 
That worthless lad. Little John. (The 
Catholic library, v.28.) (Books: 1.) 

Wy vern hall. Teddy's luck. A 

contrast. Three stories. (The Catholic 
library, v. 18.) (Books: 1.) 

Sadiier (Mrs. J.) The minister's wife, 
and other stories. (The Catholic li- 
brary, v. 22.) (Books: 1.) 

O'Byrne ; or, The expatriated. 

(The Catholic library, v. 12.) (Books: 

L) 

Street (E.C.) As the twig is bent, 
and other stories. (The Catholic li- 
brary, v. 17.) (Books: 1.) 

Williams (F. A.), Boston: 

Eyesight (The); its care and preser- 
vation. (Books: 2). 

Williams & co.. Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Williams' Cincinnati directory, in- 
cluding Avoudale, Clifton, Linwood, 
Riverside, and Westwood. June, 1898. 
48th annual issue. (Books: 1.) 

Willig (Geo.) & co.. Baltimore, Md. : 

America. My country 'tis of thee. 
Violin and piano. Variations by D. 
M.H.May. [Casket of jewels, no' 13.] 
(Music.) 

Poet's (The) dream. Schottische. 
By Will Robb. Piano. (Music.) 

They fought for their country. Words 
and music by Geo. J. Peters. " (Music.) 

* Wister (Mrs. Annis Lee), Philadelphia : 

Hacklauder (Friedrich ^Yilhelm yon). 
Enchanting and enchanted. From the 
German. By Mrs. A. L. Wister. 
(Books: 1.) 



Witmark (M.) & sons, Xew York: 

Daddy's gwine to bring you some- 
thing nice. Coon lullaby. ByHorwitz 
and Bowers. [Vocal.] (Music.) 

* Woodruff (Geo. R.), Ravenna, Ohio : 

Caught on picket duty. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Proof that the flag is safe. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Ready to tight for the stars and 
stripes. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Say, there, you Spaniard. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Show your colors before passing- 
Sandy Hook. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Storm (The). (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

'■ Texas Bill," one of Teddy's terrors, 
on scout duty. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Unexpected (An) strike in the Klon- 
dike. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Wortman (A. M.) pub. co., Vermont, 111. : 

She's up there— Old Glory ! Patriotic 
song and chorus. (Male quartet.) 
Words from " Atlanta constitution." 
Music and words for chorus by A. M. 
Wortman. (Music.) 
Wright (Alfred G.), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Wright's directory of Milwaukee for 
1898. v.45. (Books: 1.) 
Young (Fred Grant), Richfield Springs, 
X. Y. : 

Young (F. G.) The story of little 
Eva, (Books: 3.) 

* Zahner (M. H.). Xiagara Falls, X". Y. : 

Blue (The) and the Gray, bound for 
Manila, nos. 1-3. (Photographs.) 

Going to help Dewey. " City of Sid- 
ney. " ; no. 2. (Photographs.)" 

San Francisco. Getting ready for the 
long voyage, Bay district camp. no. 
6. (Photographs.) 

A Delmonico dinner at Bay dis- 
trict camp, no. 7. (Photographs.) 

Serving bean soup at Bay dis- 
trict camp, no. 8. (Photographs.) 

Supplies for men at Camp District, 
no. 9. ( Photographs. ) 

Three cheers for the red, white, and 
blue. -'City of Sidney" bound for 
Manila, no. 1. (Photographs.) 
*Zimmerman (Ernst W.), York. Pa.: 

Three friends. (Fine arts: photo- 
graph of painting.) 
Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr.), Leipzig, Ger- 
many : 

Beneath thy bower, beloved. Sere- 
nade.- Words by W. A. H. Music by 
Ernest Barnard, no. 1 in E flat. (Music.) 
Zimmerman's. New York : 

Vynne (H. R.) Love-letters. A 
romance in correspondence. (Books: 
1.) 



OCT 8 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights. 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFEICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 

OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. G. UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 

LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 

PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 16, no. 4. 
Whole no. 369— August 3, 1898 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 237 

(2) Miscellaneous 244 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 248 
II. Dramatic Compositions 254 

III. Periodicals 254 

IY. Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions of Music 259 

V. Maps and Charts 274 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 276 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 280 

VIII. Photographs 2S1 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, stat- 
uary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the line 

arts) 2i>7 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors .. 297 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1898. 



EXPLANATION. — The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as 
shown in the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS -(1) BOOKS PROPER. 



(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. 
Compositions." For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Musical 



Autliors. 

American shipmasters' association. 

Record of American and foreign ship- 
ping, New York . . . 1898. [and sup- 
plement, no. 1] New York, [J. Pol- 
hemus print, co.] 1898. 8°. cop. 296 
Copyright by American shipmasters' 
association, New York. 1897, no. 68689, 
Dec. 10. 2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

The Amherst directory. 1897-98 . . . 
W. E. Kendall, compiler and publisher. 
Boston, W. E. Kendall, 1898. 8°. cop. 

297 
Copyright by W. E. Kendall, Boston. 
1898, no. 40133, Julv 5. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25. 

Anderson, John J[acob] 

New grammar school history of the 
United States, to which are added the 
Declaration of independence and the 
Constitution of the United States, with 
notes, questions, and explanations . . . 
New York, Maynard, Merrill & co., 
1898. 368, [14], 6(5 pp. illus. maps. 
12 c . cop. (Anderson's historical se- 
ries.) 298 

Copyright by J. J. Anderson, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 17342, Mar. 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 28. 

The Arlington and Belmont directory 
. . . 1898. Boston, E.A.Jones, 1898. 
8°. cop. 299 

Copyright by E. A. Jones, Boston. 
1898, no. 31878, May 23. 2 copies rec'd 
July 30. 

Azhderian, Antranig. 

The Turk and the land of Haig; or, 
Turkey and Armenia: descriptive, his- 
torical, and picturesque. New York, 
The Mershon co. [1898]. xiv, 13-408 
pp. illus. port. 8 . cop. 300 

Copyright by A. Azhderian, New 
York. ' 1898, no.' 36676, June 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28. 



Authors — Continued. 

Baldwin, James Mark. 

The story of the mind . . . New 
York, D. Appleton & co., 1898. ix, 236 
pp. 16°. cop. (The library of use- 
ful stories.) 301 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 43775, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd July 27. 

Baldwin, Simeon E. % 

Modern political institutions. Bos- 
ton, Little, Brown & co., 1898. 4 p. 1., 
387 pp. 8°. cop. 302 

Copyright by S. E. Baldwin, New 
Haven, Conn. 1898, no. 22948, Apr. 11. 
2 copies rec'd July 28. 

Bartholomew, H. E. 

Henry George; or, The coming revo- 
lution. Bath, Pa., Bartholomew pub. 
co., 1898. 154pp. port. 12°. cop. 303 

Copyright by H. E. Bartholomew, 
Bath, Pa. 1898, no. 27063, Apr. 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 25. 

* Beyle, Marie Henri. 

Bed and black; a chronicle ot' the 
nineteenth century, by Marie Henri 
Beyle ("De Stendhal"). With front- 
ispieces by Dnboucliet, etched by G. 
Mercier; translated from the French 
by E. P. Robins. In 2 volumes, v. 1. 
New York, G. H. Richmond & son. 1898, 
pi. 12°. cop. 

Copyright by G. H. Richmond A son. 
New York. L898, no. 25102 .Apr. 21. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 21. 

Bible. English. 

The Hagster art Bible, containing the 
Old ami New Testaments according to 
the authorized version, together with 
a new concordance . . . London and 
New York. s. Bagster tf sons [1898] 
[1285 pp.] pi. tab. map-. 8 . Oop. 

305 

Copyright by J, Pott a co., New 
York.' 1898, no. 29243, May 11. I copy 
rec'd July 29. l copy rec'd Jul\ 28 



238 

BOOKS (PROPEE)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

The Blue book, textile directory of the 
United States and Canada . . . Office 
ed,, 11th annual ed. 1898-1899. New 
York, Davison pub. co., 1898. 8°. cop. 

306 
Copyright by Davison pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 38854, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 26. 

Boyd's duplex directoiy of Syracuse . '. . 
41st year, 1898-1899. Compiled by 
Andrew Boyd. Syracuse, N. Y., A. 
Boyd directory co., 1898. 8 C . cop. 307 
Copyright bv A. Boyd directorv co., 
Syracuse, N Y. 1898, no. 37364, June 18. 
2 copies rec'd July 27. 

Boyd's Monmouth countv, New Jersey, 
directorv, 1898-99 . . . * Philadelphia, 
C. E. Howe co., 1898. 8°. cop. 308 
Copyright by C. E. Bovd, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 44804, July 27. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29. 

* Buchanan, William ph. (I. 

The latest improved system of book- 
keeping. Actual business by corre- 
spondence. Cleveland, Ohio, Cleve- 
land bk. bindery [1897] 117 pp. 4°. 
cop. 309 

Copyright bv W. Buchanan, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 1897, no. 30123, May 17. 2 
copies rec'd June 29, 1898. 
Burke. Edmund. 

Edmund Burke's letter to a noble 
lord; edited with introduction and 
notes by A. H. Smvth. Boston, Ginn 
& co., 1898. xxxvii,83pp. port. 12°. 
cop. (Standard English classics.) 310 

Copyright bv A. H. Smyth, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 43967, July 23. 2 copies 
rec'd July 27. 

* Csesar, [Caius Julius] 

Caesar's Gallic war; (Allen and 
Greenough's ed.) reedited by J. B. 
Greenough, B. L. D'Ooge, and M. G. 
Daniell. Boston, Ginn & co., 1898. 
lx, 452 pp. 1 1. 162 pp. illus. pi. 
port. map. 12°. cop. 311 

Copyright bv Ginn & co., Boston. 
1898, no. 16826 *, Mar. 12. 2 copies rec'd 
May 17. 
Campbell, D. A. reporter. 

Nebraska. Supreme court. Reports 
of cases, v. 51. 



Clark, William M. comp. 

Sterling dialogues; a choice collec- 
tion of original dialogues suitable for 
day schools, Sunday schools, lyceums, 
anniversaries, holidays, etc. " Phila- 
delphia, The Penn pub. co., 1898. 198 
pp. 12°. cop. 312 

Copyright by The Penn pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 44800, July 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 27. 



Authors — Continued. 

* Coffin, Alfred Oscar. 

Land without chimneys; or, The by- 
ways of Mexico. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
The Editor pub. co., 1898. 352 pp. 
illus. pi. 12°. cop. 313 

Copyright by The Editor pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 45445, July 
30. 2 copies rec'd July 27. 

Crabb, W[illiam] D[arwin] 

Lyrics of the golden west. San 
Francisco, The Whitaker & Ray co., 
1898. 120 pp. 12°. cop. 314 

Copyright bv W. D. Crabb, Gilroy, 
Cal. 1898, no. 45581, Aug. 1. 2 copies 
rec'd July 26. 

Davison's hosiery and knit goods trade. 
A directory of the hosiery and knit 
goods manufacturers of the United 
States and Canada . . . 8th annual ed. 
1898-99. New York, Davison pub. 
co., 1898. 16°. cop. 315 

Copyright by Davison pub. co., New 
York. " 1898, no. 38855, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 26. 

* Dickinson, Charles Albert. 

The indwelling God; for power, for 
character, for service. Boston and 
Chicago, United society of Christian 
endeavor [1898] vii, [1] 11-66 pp. 
pi. 12°. cop. (The deeper life se- 
ries.) 316 

Copyright by United society of 
Christian endeavor, Boston. 1898, no. 
36726, June 15. 2 copies rec'd June 24. 

Farlow, A. M. 

The crown of character. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, The Editor pub. co., 1898. 
4p. 1., 223 pp. 12-. cop. 317 

Copyright by The Editor pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 45443, July 
30. 2 copies rec'd July 27. 

Ferris, Mary C . 

As a man lives. Cincinnati, Ohio, 
The Editor pub. co., 1898. 3 p. 1., 175 
pp. 16°. cop. 318 

Copyright by The Editor pub. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 45442, 
July 30. 2 copies rec'd July 27. 

Geer's Hartford city directory; July, 
1898. . . . Geer's Connecticut geo- 
graphical directory . . . also a direc- 
tory of the town of East Hartford . . . 
no/61 . . . Hartford, Conn., The Hart- 
ford print co., 1898. 8°. cop. 319 
Copyright bv The Hartford printing 
co., Hartford/ Conn. 1898, no. 37359, 
June 18. 2 copies rec'd July 29. 



239 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

* Gladstone, William Ewart. 

The might of right; from the writ- 
ings of William Ewart Gladstone . . . 
selected by E. E. Brown, with an in- 
troduction by J. D. Long . . . New ed. 
Boston, Lothrop pub. co. [1898] xv, 
13-302 pp. port. 12°. cop. (Spare 
minute series.) 320 

Copyright by Lothrop pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no/43777, July 22. 2 copies 
rec'd July 22. 
Hamong, Count de. j>*iud. 

See [Warner, Leigh] 

* Harrison, Carter H. 

A race with the sun; or, A sixteen 
months' tour from Chicago around the 
world through Manitoba and British 
Columbia by the Canadian Pacific . . . 
New York and Chicago, G. P. Putnam's 
sons, 1889. xiii, 569 pp. pi. 4°. cop. 

321 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons. 
Xew York. 1889, no. 23525, Aug 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 
*Hart,E. H. 

The authentic rjhotographic views 
of the United States nayy, and scenes of 
the ill-fated ''Maine" before and after 
the explosion. Group pictures of army 
and nayy officers . . . Chicago, W. 
B. Conkey co. [1898] 192 pp. illus. 
map. obi. 18°. cop. (Eranklin series, 
y.5,no. 6.) 322 

Copyright bv W. B. Conkey co., 
Chicago. 1898, 'no. 30946, May 18. 2 
copies rec'd June 30. 
Henderson, Alice Palmer. 

The rainbow's end: Alaska. Chi- 
cago and New York, H. S. Stone & co., 
1898. 3 p. 1., 296 pp. pi. port. 12°. 
cop. 323 

Copyright by H. S. Stone & co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 44060, July 23. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25. 
Illustrated American biography ; contain- 
ing memoirs and engravings and etch- 
ings of representative Americans. 
Sections 6, 9. Xew York and Chi- 
cago, The Lewis pub. co. [1895] 2 v. 
fol. cop. 324-325 

Copyright by The Lewis pub. co., 
Xew York. 1897, nos. 14232, Eeb. 27. and 
42669, July 16, 1898. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 
The insurance year-book. 1898-9. 

[Fire and marine]. 26th annual issue. 
Carefully corrected to July 1. 1898. 
Xew York, The Spectator co., 1898. S . 
cop. 326 

Copyright by The Spec tutor co., 
Xew York. 1898, no. 7689, Jan. 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 29. 



Authors— Continued. 
I 
The Insurance year-book. 1898- 9 — Con- 
tinued. 

[Life and miscellaneous], 26th annual 
issue, Carefully corrected to July 1, 
1898. Xew York, The Spectator 'co., 
1898. 8°. cop. 327 

Copyright by The Spectator co., Xew 
York. 1898, no. 7688, Jan. 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29. 

The international correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. 

An elementary treatise on electric 
railways . . . lsted. Scranton, The 
Colliery engineer co., 1898. 5 v. 8 : 
and obi. 4°. cop. 328-332 

Contents. 

v. 1. Arithmetic, mensuration, mechan- 
ics .. . 

v. 2. Dynamos and motors, electric rail- 
ways . . . 

v. 3. Mechanical drawing. 

v. 4. Tattles and formulas. 

v. 5. Answers to questions. 

Copyright by The Colliery engineer 
co., Scranton, Pa. 1898, nos. 11152- 
11156, Feb. 12. 2 copies rec'd July 25. 

International philatelic collectors direc- 
tory. Compiled by A. C. Deri am. 
Jersey City, X. J., 1898. 8-. cop. 333 
Copyright by A. C. Derlam, Jersey 
City, X.J. 1898, no. 40693, July 6. 2 
copies rec'd July 25. 

* Jensen, Wilhelm. 

Die braune Erica, novelle. Edited. 
with introduction and notes, by E. S. 
Joynes. Boston, D. C. Heath & co.. 
1898. vi,101pp. 12°. cop. (Heath's 
modern language series.) :V.\\ 

Copyright by D. C. Heath & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 16822*, Mar. 12. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 12. 

The Jesuit relations and allied docu- 
ments . . . Edited by R. G. Thwaites. 
v. 23, 24. Cleveland} The Burrow s bros. 
co., 1898. 2v. 8°. cop. 335-336 

Contents. 

v. 23. Burons, Quebec, Croquois: 1642-1643, 
contains: Preface; Dooumenl \lviii. 
Relation do re qui sVsi pa>> t - en la 
Nouvelle Prance, en i'annee 1642. 
tors ii-xii of Part 11. completil 
document.] Hierosme Ste. 

Marie aux Barons, June 10, L642 Doc- 
itmenl \1K. Lettre a Monsieur J. M. J. 
Charles Qenmst', Ste. Marie aux Borons, 

2:i,1643. Document 1. EpistolaadR. 

P. Minium Vitelleschi, . . . Joai 
Brebeuf: Tria Flumina, Septemu 
L843. Document U. Relation de ce qui 
s'est passe imi la NonveUe Fwuce, on 
I'atuHv 1642 and L643. [Chaps, i-iii. 
Barthelemy Vimorit; vrithout date 
liograpnioal data : v.xxiii. Notes, 



240 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

The Jesuit relations, etc. — Continued. 

v. 24. Lower Canada and Iroquois: 1642- 
1643, contains : Preface: Document li. Re- 
lation de ce qui s'est passe en la Nouvelle 
France, en Tannee 1042 and 1643. [Chaps, 
iv-xii., second installment of the docu- 
ment.] Barthelemy Yimont, undated. 
Notes. 
Copyright by The Burrows pub. co., 
Cleyefand, O. 1898, no. 44006, 44007, 
July 23. 2 copies rec'd July 25. 
[Kaler], James Otis. ed. 

The cruise of the Comet; the story 
of a privateer of 1812, sailing from Bal- 
timore, as set down by Stephen Burton. 
Edited by James Otis [pseud.] Illus- 
trated by A. B. Shute. Boston, Estes 
& Lauriat, 1898. 173 pp. illus. 8 C . 
cop. (The privateers of 1812 series.) 

337 
Copyright by Estes & Lauriat, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 32280, May 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 28. 
King, Rnfus. 1755-1827. 

The life and correspondence of Rufus 
King; comprising his letters, private 
and official, his public documents, and 
his speeches. Edited by . . . C. R. 
King. v. 5, 1807-1816. " New York, 
G. P. Putnam's sons, 1898. port. 8°. 
cop. 338 

Copyright by C. R. King, Andalusia, 
Pa. 1898, no. 43335, July 20. 2 copies 
rec'd July 28. 
Lamb, Rev. M. J. 

Heredity. Being the second in a 
series of four booklets on child saving. 
Trenton, N. J., Naar, Dav & Naar, 1898. 
123 pp. illus. pi. 12°. cop. 339 
Copyright by M. T. Lamb, Trenton, 
N. J. 1898, no. 40975, July 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25. 
Le Sage, Alain Rene. 

The history of Gil Bias, of Santil- 
lana, rendered into English by H. Van 
Laun, revised and completed by H. 
Roberts; also an introductory notice, 
life of Le Sage, and notes ; with etch- 
ings by A. Lalanze. In three volumes. 
v. 1. Philadelphia. G. Barrie [1898] . 
pi. 8°. cop. (The Bibliopkilist's 
library; second series, v. 4.) 340 

Copyright by G. Barrie & son, Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 44351, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25. 
Lindberg, Conrad Emil. 

Encheiridion i dogmatik jainte dogm- 
historiska anmarkningar. Rock Isl- 
and, 111., Lutheran Augustana bk. con- 
cern, 1898. vii, 467 pp. 8 C . cop. 341 
Copyright by Lutheran Augustana 
bk. concern, Rock Island. 111. 1898, 
no. 29043, May 9. 2 copies rec'd June 
27. 



Authors — Continued. 

Lovejoy, D[aniel] B. 

From youth to age. Adventures in 
a varied life. Chicago, The Arner. 

authors' protective pub. co. [1894.] 
272 pp. port. 12°. cop. 342 

Copyright by D. B. Lovejoy, Evans- 
ville, Wis. 1894, no. 56097, Dec. 3. 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

* Manners, Robert [Rutland]. 

Cuba and other verse, by Robert 
Manners. Chicago, Wav & Williams, 
1898. iv, 3-155 pp. 12 c . cop. 343 

Copyright by R. R. Manners, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 29924, May 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 18. 
Meriden directory. 1898 . . . [v. 24.] 
New Haven, Conn., The Price & Lee 
co., 1898. 8 C . cop. 344 

Copyright by The Price & Lee co., 
New Haven, Conn. 1898, no. 43144, 
July 19. 2 copies rec'd July 26. 
Merrill, John V. D. S. and Merrill, Caro- 
line R. 

Sketches of historic Benuington. 
Cambridge, Riverside press, 1898. 4 
p. 1., 99 pp. pi. 12°. cop. 345 

Copyright by J. V. D. S. Merrill and 
C. R. Merrill, Bennington, Vt. 1898, 
no. 44352, July 25. 2 copies rec'd July 
27. 
Miller, J [ames] R[ussell] 

The joy of service. New York and 
Boston, T. Y. Crowell <fc co. [1898] 
vi,248pp. 16 c . cop. " 346 

Copyright by T. Y. Crowell & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 44274, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25. 

* Missouri. Supreme court. 

Reports of cases determined . . . be- 
tween July 6 and December 7, 1897. 
P. S. Rader, reporter, v. 141. Co- 
lumbia, Mo., E. W. Stephens, 1898. 8 : . 
cop. 347 

Copyright by E. W. Stephens, Colum- 
bia, Mo. 1898, no. 43351, July 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 20. 
Mitchell, S[ilas] Weir. 

Far in the forest; a story. New 
York, The Century co., 1898. 302 pp. 
12°. cop. 348 

Copyright by S.W. Mitchell, Phila- 
delphia. 1889, no. 11584. Apr. 12, 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 
Morrison, Sarah E. 

Chilhowee boys in harness. New 
York and Boston, T. Y. Crowell & co. 
[1898] 1 p. 1., vi,384 pp. pi. 12-. 
cop. (The Chilhowee series.) 349 

Copyright by T. Y. Crowell & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 45380, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30. 



241 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

* Mowbray, Jay Henry, ed. 

Representative men of New York ; a 
record of their achievements, v. 1. 
New York, The New York press, 1898. 
port. 4°. cop. 350 

Copyright by J. S. McCartney, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 11828, Feb. 16. 2 
copies rec'd July 12. 
Musick, John R. 

John Hancock, a character sketch; 
with anecdotes, characteristics, and 
chronologv. Chicago, The univer- 
sity assoc. [1898] 116 pp. illus. 12°. 
cop. (The patriot, v. 1, no. 4.) 351 

Copyright by The university assoc, 
Chicago. 1898, no.39821, July 1. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 2. 
Nebraska. Supreme court. 

Reports of cases . . . January term, 
1897, v. 51. D. A. Campbell, official 
reporter. Lincoln, Nebr., State jour- 
nal co. ; 1898. 8°. cop. 352 

Copyright bv D. A. Campbell, Lin- 
coln. Nebr. 1898, no. 44987, July 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 29. 
The New York supplement, v. 51, contain- 
ing the decisions of the supreme and 
lower courts of record . . . Perma- 
nent ed. May 12-June 23, 1898 . . . 
St. Paul, West p ub. co., 1898. 8°. cop. 
(National reporter system.) 353 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 1898, no. 42970, July 18. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29. 
Nipher, Francis E [ugene] 

Electricity and magnetism. A mathe- 
matical treatise for advanced under- 
graduate students. 2d ed., rev., with 
additions. St. Louis, Mo., J. L. Bo- 
land bk. & stationery co., 1895. xi, 
430 pp. 12°. cop. 354 

Copyright by F. E. Nipher, St. Louis, 
Mo. i895, no. 44627, July 26. 2 copies 
rec'd July 26, 1898. 
*Norris, Mary Harriott. 

The gray house of the quarries. With 
an etching by Edmund H. Garrett. 
Boston, New York [etc.], Lamson, 
Wolffe & co., 1898. 4 p. 1., 498 pp. pi. 
8°. cop. 355 

Copyright by Lamson, Wolfife & co., 
Boston. 1898, iio. 27758, May 2. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 25. 

* Norton, Frances Marie. 

Cast thou the first stone ; or, Who are 
married? A novel of American life. 
Chicago, C. H. Kerr & co., 1898. 495 
pp. 12°. cop. (Unity library, no. 73). 

356. 

Copyright by F. M. Norton, Chicago. 
1893, no. 24541, May 20. 2 copies rec'd 
June 11, 1898. 



Authors— Continued. 

Otis, James, pseud. 

See [Kaler], James Otis. 

Parrish, Samuel L. 

Historical, biographical, and descrip- 
tive catalogue of the objects exhibited 
at the Southampton art museum, es- 
tablished at Southampton, N. Y . . . in 
the year 1897. New York, B. H. Tyr- 
rel, 1898. 1 p. 1., xviii, 193 pp. 8 C . 
cop. 357 

Copyright by S. L. Parrish, New 
York. 1898, no. 38462, June 24. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28. 

Patton, James Blythe. 

Bijli, the dancer. Illustrated by H. 
Van Ruith. Boston, L. C. Page & co.. 
1898. 3 p. 1., 344 pp. pi. 12°. cop. 

358 
Copyright by L. C. Page & co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 44973, July 28. 2 copies 
rec'd July 28. 

Peabody museum of American archaeol- 
ogy and ethnology, Harvard univer- 
sity. 

Memoirs, v. 1, nos. 4 & 5. Cam- 
bridge, by the museum, 1898. illus. 
pi. fol. cop. 359-360 

Contents : 
v. 1, no. 4. Gordon, George B. Kesearehes 

in the Uloa valley, Honduras . . . 
v. 1. no. 5. Gordon, George B. Caverns of 
Copan, Honduras . . . 

Copyright by the Peabody museum 
of American archaeology and ethnol- 
ogy, Harvard university, Cambridge. 
1898, nos. 36694, 36695, June 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25. 

Pentecost, George Frederick]. 

Precious truths ; inspired and profit- 
able, v. 1, no. 6, July, 1898. Ne/w 
York, A. D. F. Randolph co. [1898] 



12 



cop. 



361 



Copyright by A. D. F. Randolph co.. 
New York. 1898. no. 15382. July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30. 

Rader, Perry S. reporter. 

Missouri. Supreme court. Reports... 
v. 142. 1898. 

"Ralston health flub. 

The combination book of the Ralston 
health club; all the books oi' the Rals- 
ton health elub. general membership. 
inside membership, complete member- 
ship, bound together in one volume 
. . . and a collective index of the three 
volumes arranged under one head. 
[Edited by Edmund Shaftesbury, 
pseud, v.l] Washington. P. C, The 



242 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

* Ralston health club— Continued. 

Martyn college press assoc.. 1898. 
illus. 8 C . cop. 362 

Copyright by The Martyn college 
press assoc, Washington, D. C. 1898, 
no. 21635, Apr. 19. 2 copies rec'd June 
24. 

Rathborne, St. George. 

The spider's web. New York, 
Street & Smith [1898] iv, 311 pp. 
12 c . cop. (Eagle library, no. 71.) 

363 
Copyright by Street & Smith. New 
York. " 1898, no". 41853, July 27. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 26. 

Reed, Alonzo. 

Introductory language work; a sim- 
ple, varied, and pleasing, but methodi- 
cal series of exercises in English to pre- 
cede the study of technical grammar. 
New York, Maynard, Merrill & co., 
1898. 253 pp. 16 c cop. 361 

Copyright by A. Reed, U. S. 1898, no. 
29122, May 10." 2 copies rec'd July 28. 

Sales, Emma S. E. 

The gates of pearl and jewel founda- 
tions of the city of peace. A lecture 
on the ey olution of the soul. Buffalo, 
N. Y.j Simmons & Otto, 1898. lp.L, 
43 pp. 12°. cop. 365 

Copyright by E. S. E. Sales, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 1898. no. 22121, Apr. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 28. 

Schwill, Ferdinand. 

History of modern Europe . . . 
New York. C. Scribner's sons, 1898. 
ix, 131, [1] pp. maps. 8 : . cop. 366 
Copyright by C. Scribner's sons. New 
York. "1898. no. 15161, July 29. 2 copies 
rec'd July 30. 

Scott, Sir Walter. 

The lay of the last minstrel; with 
introduction and notes. New York, 
Maynard, Merrill, & co. [1898] 169 
pp. port. 16°. cop. (Maynard's 
English classic series, nos. 212-213.) 

367 

Copyright by Maynard, Merrill & 
co., New York. 1898,"no. 41787, July 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 28. 

* Sienkiewicz, Henry k. 

Knights of the cross; historical 
novel. Translated by S. C. de Soissons. 
New York, R. F. Fenno & co.. 1897. 
xx. 7-406 pp. pi. port. 8 C . cop. 368 

Copyright by R. F. Fenno & co., New 
York. 1897, no. 66922, Dec. 2. 2 copies 
rec'd July 12. 1898. 



Authors — Continued. 

Small, Charles H. o. d. 

Corner-stones of faith ; or, The ori- 
gin and characteristics of the Christian 
denominations of the United States ; 
with corroborative statements from 
eminent divines of the leading denom- 
inations; introduction by J. H. Bar- 
rows . . . New York, E. B. Treat & 
co., 1898. 169 pp. illus. 8 C . cop. 369 
Copyright by E. B. Treat & co., New 
York. " 1898, no. 11799, July 27. 2 copies 
rec'd July 27. 

Smith, Calvin Wesley. 

Prospective motherhood. Musca- 
tine, Iowa. The Journal print, co. [1898] 
56 pp. port. 18°. cop. 370 

Copyright by C. W. Smith, Musca- 
tine, Iowa. 1898, no. 29905, May 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 30. 

Smith, George M., and Young, Clark M. 

History and civil government of 
South Dakota . . . and The govern- 
ment of the United States, by B. A. 
Hinsdale. Chicago and New York, 
Werner school bk. co. [1898] 336 pp. 
illus. map. 12°. cop. (State gov- 
ern ment series, v. 5 . ) 371 

Copyright bv Werner school bk. co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 33133, May 31. 2 
copies rec'd July 27. 

Stevens, Joseph Earle. 

Yesterdays in the Philippines . . . 
New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1898. xx, 
232 pp. pi. map. 12°. cop. 372 

Copyright by C. Scribner's sons. New 
York. "1898. no" 45165, July 29. 2 copies 
rec'd July 30. 

Stewart. William M. 

Analysis of the functions of money. 
Washington, D. C, W. Ballantyne & 
sons, 1898. 91 pp. port. 12 c . cop. 

373 

Copyright by W. M. Stewart, Wash- 
ington", D.C. 1898, no. 28492, May 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 27. 
Street, Arthur I. 

A chronicle of the war; including 
historical documents, army and navy 
movements, roster of state troops, etc. 
[Issued quarterly, v. 1, no. 1.] [n. p. 
1898] 160 pp. 8" c '. cop. 374 

Copyright by A. I. Street, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 1898, no. 37737, June 20. 2 
copies rec'd July 6. 

Teit, James, ed. 

Traditions of the Thompson river 
Indians of British Columbia . . . with 
introduction by F. Boas. Boston, 
New York [etc] For the Amer. folk- 
lore soc by Houghton, Mifflin & co., 
1898. viii "pp. 1 1. 137 pp. S=. cop. 



243 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 






Authors — Continued. 

Teit, James, ed. — Continued. 

(The American folk-lore society. Me- 
moirs, v. 6.) 375 
Copyright by The American folk-lore 
society, U. S. ' 1898, no. 41241, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 27. 

Thayer, Louis E. 

Jim and his old cornet [and other 
poems]. Cincinnati, The Editor pub. 
co., 1898. 86 pp. pi. 12 : . cop. 376 

Copyright ,bv The Editor pub. co., 
Cincinnati, 1898. no. 15441, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 27. 

Thomes, William H. 

A Manila romance; or, Life in the 
East Indies. Chicago, Laird & Lee 
[1898] 299 pp. illus. 12 c . cop. 
(The pastime series, no. 132.) 377 

Copyright by W. H. Lee, Chicago. 
1898, no. 44318, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27. 
United daughters of the confederacy. 
Lizzie Ilutherford chapter. 

A history of the origin of memorial 
day as adopted by the Ladies' memorial 
association of Columbus, Ga., and 
presented to the Lizzie Rutherford 
chapter of the Daughters of the con- 
federacy . . . Columbus, Ga., T. 
Gilbert^ 1898. 40, [2] pp. 8°. cop. 

378 

Copyright by the Lizzie Rutherford 
chapter of the Daughters of the con- 
federacy, Columbus, Ga. 1898, no. 
42895, July 18. 2 copies rec'd July 25. 
Vivian; a story written by fourteen 
Wichita high school young ladies, [n. 
p. 1898] 128 pp. 18 ; . cop. 379 

Copyright by F. Sample [and others], 
Wichita, Kans. 1898, no. 30223, May 
16. 2 copies rec'd July 28. 
Warder, George W[oodward] 

The new cosmogony ; or, The electric 
theory of creation. New York, J. S. 
Ogilvie pub. co., 1898. 296 pp. port. 
12 : . cop. (The sunnyside series, no. 
102) 380 

Copyright by G. W. Warder, Wash- 
ington. 1898, no. 35887, June 11. 2 
copies rec'd July 29. 

[Warner, Leigh] 

The hand of fate; or, A study of 
destiny; a novel. By Count de 
Hamong [pseud.] New York and 
London, F. T. Neely [1898] 156 pp. 
illus. 12 : . cop. (Neely's choice li- 
brary, no. 83.) 381 

Copyright by F. T. Neely, New York. 
1898. no. 43980,' July 23. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27. 



Authors — Continued. 

Wells, Amos R. 

Little sermons for one. Boston 
and Chicago, United society of Chris- 
tian endeavor [1898] 47 pp. pi. 
12 c . cop. (The deeper life series.) 

382 

Copyright by United society of 

Christian endeavor, Boston. 1898, no. 

36727, June 15. 2 copies rec'd July 30. 

Wermelin A[lfred] 

Enblickpa lifvet. Dikter. Mari- 
nette, Wis., Marinette Tribunens 
tryckeri, 1898. 184 pp. port. 12-. 
cop. 383 

Copyright by A. Wermelin, Marinette, 
Wis. 1898, no. 43658, July 2L 2 copies 
rec'd July 30. 

Western electrical supply co. 

General catalogue, no. 14 . . . 
[St. Louis] 1898. 4°. cop. 384 

Copyright by the Western electrical 
supply co., St. Louis. 1898, no. 22894, 
April 11. 2 copies rec'd July 29. 

Wetmore, Mary B. 

Sounds from home and echoes of a 
kingdom. Cincinnati, The Editor 
pub. co., 1898. 127 pp. pi. port. 12 . 
cop. 385 

Copyright by The Editor pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 45444, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 27. 

* Whitaker, Herbert C. 

Elements of trigonometry, with ta- 
bles. Philadelphia, D. A. Partridge, 
1898. 4 p. 1., [l],vii, 182. [1], viii-xvi 
pp. 12°. cop. 386 

Copyright bv H. C. Whitaker, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 39633, June 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 7. 

Winfield, Edna. 

The little Cuban rebel : or, A war 
correspondent's sweetheart. New 

York, Street <& Smith [1898] 200 pp. 
12 . cop. (Eagle library, no. 6&.) 

387 
Copyright by Street & Smith. New 
York. 189S. no. 40437, J uly 5, 2 copies 
rec'd July 5. 

Winship, J. P. C. 

Historical Brighton. Pt,2. Bos- 
ton, (;. A. Warren, L898, illus, l . 
cop. 888 

Copyright by Gt, A. Warren, Boston. 
189S, no. 41048, July S. g copies rec'd 
July 29. 



244 



I. BOOKS— (2) IHISCEIiLAXEOirS. 

(Classified under the term ''Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



by 



Titles. 

Advisor v rates of Lamoni, Deeatur 

county, Iowa. v. 224. 241 

Copyright bv Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. ' 1898, no. 44361, July 25. 

2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Advisory rates of Lineville. W a v n e 
county, Iowa. v. 237. 242 

Copyright by Henrv Bennett, Cedar 
Rapid's. Iowa. 1898, no. 44362, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Advisory rates of Yai* Wert, Decatur 

county, Iowa. v. 413. 243 

Copyright bv Henrv Bennett. Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. "1898, no. 44363, July 25. 

2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Alston ( J. D.) Cuba Libre, 244 

Copvright bv J. D. Alston. Eldorado, 
111. 1898. no. 45390. Julv 30. 2 copies 
rec'd July 30. 1898. 

American, Rules for playing. 245 

Copyright bv F. E. More v. Battle- 
creek, Mich. 1898, no. 44294, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

American (The) personal abstract com- 
pany of the United States of America, 
with forms and schedules. 246 

Copyright bv John H. Handv, Port- 
land, Oreg. 1898. no. 45177, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

America's emblems of freedom. 247 

Copyright bv Frank E. Morev, Battle- 
creek. Mich. 1898, no. 44295, "July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

"Ames & Rollinson co.'s diploma circu- 
lar. H. 248 
Copvright by Ames & Rollinson co., 
New York. 1898, no. 24118", Apr. 16. 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18 and May 27, 1898 

Announcement, Department of science. 

249 
Copyright by National correspond- 
ence institute, Washington, D. C. 
1898, no. 45452, Julv 30. 2 copies rec'd 
July 30, 1898. 

Annual descriptive catalogue, seeds, etc. 

Feb. 1, 1898. 250 

Copyright by Joseph Breck & sons, 

Boston. 1898, no. 45395, July 30. 2 

copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

"Anthony on " benevolent insurance." 

251 
Copyright by S. R. Wharton, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 39634. June 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 5, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Arithmetic, sec. 9. Instruction paper. 
1st ed. 252 

Copvright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton. Pa. 1898, no. 44286, July 25. 2 



copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 



October 

253 



Associations of railroad officers 
1, 1898. 

Copyright by Railway equipment and 
publication co., New York. 1897.no. 
69062, Dec. 11. 2 copies rec'd Julv 30, 
1898. 

1 B. & C. soda water catalogue. 254 

Copvright by Beach & Clarridge co.. 
Boston. 1898, no. 45187, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Barr (Robert). Jennie Baxter, journal- 
ist, no. 8. The robbery in the sleep- 
ing car. no. 9. An unlooked-for en- 
counter. 255 
Copyright by R. Barr, England. 1898, 
no. 44816, July 27. 2 copies rec'd Julv 
27, 1898. 

Beale (Wm. Thomas). How we went 

marching to Cuba, 256 

Copvright by W. T. Beale. Campello. 

Mass. * 1898, no. 44357, Julv 25. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

* Bell (A. M.) Sermon reading and mem- 
oriter delivery. New ed. 257 

Copvright by Yolta bureau, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1898, no. 38055, June 21. 
2 copies rec'd June 21, 1898. 

Braun (P.) Correspondence course in 

telepathy. 258 

Copyright by Peter Braun, Beloit, 

Kans. 1898, no. 45595. Aug. 1. 2 copies 

rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Brooklyn (The complete railroad guide 
of the borough of), city of New York. 
Showing all city car routes and their 
transfer points. Pocket ed., 1898. 259 
Copvright by William L. Gardner. 
New York. 1898, no. 36344. June 13. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Callahan (M. E.) The isle of Cuba shall 

be free. 260 

Copvright bv Mabel E. Callahan. 

Washington, D. C. 1898. no. 45455, Julv 

30. 2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Catalogue of machinery and materials 
for electrotyping, stereotyping, and 
photo-engraving. 261 

Copyright by R. Hoe & co., New 
York. 1898. no. 44632, Julv 26. 2 copies 
rec'd Julv 26, 1898. 



245 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Catalogue (A) of royal blue line pigeon 
lofts and poultry farm. 262 

Copyright by Theo. P. Green, Wood- 
bury, N. J. 1898, no. 33075, May 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Century (The) cyclopedia of names. 

(Specimen pages.) Revised ed. 263 

Copyright by Century co., Nevr York. 

1898. no. 44814, July 27^. 2 copies rec'd 

July 27, 1898. 

* Cocktails and how to make them. 264 

Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence, R. I. 1898, no. 43642, 
July 21. 2 copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Corthell (W. J.) An educational chip 

basket. Chip the first. 265 

Copyright by W. J. Corthell, Gorham, 

Me. 1898, no." 40454, July 5. 2 copies 

rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Course in book-keeping. Lesson no. 4. 266 
Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 44634, July 26. 
2 copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Directions for taking diagrams and 
measurements for artificial arms and 
legs. 267 

Copyright by A A. Marks, New York, 
1898. no. 45454, July 30. 2 copies rec'd 
July 30, 1898. 

*Dittmar (Louis). Self-balancing sys- 
tem for the art of cutting. 268 
Copyright by Louis Dittmar, New 
York. * 1898, no. 42411, July 14. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

* Electric mining locomotives for under- 

ground haulage. 269 

Copyright by Baldwin locomotive 
works, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 43789, 
July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 22, 1898. 
Electrotherm (The). 270 

Copyright by H. W. Johns mfg. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 44629, July 26. 
2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 
Evangeline. [In premium ed. no. 51 ami 
52.] 271 

Copyright by A. Nielen, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 13081, Feb. 23. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 30, 1898. 
Fall catalogue, 1898. no. 14. 272 

Copyright by Daube, Cohn, Stern ^V 
co., Chicago. 1898, no. 38094, June 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 
Francis (M. E.) Barbe do Belazur. 273 
Copyright by International literary 
and news service. Irvington, N. V. 
1898, no. 44789, July 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 



Titles — C ontinued . 

* Geography of Wyoming. 274 

Copvright by American book co., 
New York. 1898, no. 34888, June 7. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

* Glass, E. C. Geography of Virginia. 

275 
Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1898, no. 39811, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

* Graphite as a lubricant. 6th ed.. re- 
vised, 1898. 276 

Copyright by Joseph Dixon crucible 
co , Jersey City, N. J. 1893, no. 52519, 
Nov. 25. 2 copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

Grecian picture dance; or the dream of 

ancient Grace. 277 

Copvright by H. N. Grant, Buffalo, 

N.Y. "1898, no. 44360, July 25. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Headquarters of officials arranged by 
cities. Oct., 1898. 278 

Copyright by Railway equipment 
and publication co., New York. 1897, 
no. 69058, Dec. 11. 2 copies rec'd July 
30, 1898. 

Hyatt (E. Clarence). History of the New 
York and Harlem railroad. 279 

Copyright by E. C. Hyatt, Mt. Kisco, 



N. Y. 1898, no. 44077, July 23. 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 



copies 



If you are goiug South inquire within. 

Aug. 280 

Copyright by Ocean steamship co.. 

New York. 1898, no. 45236. July 29. 2 

copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Information for divers. 281 

Copyright by Andrew J. Morse & 
son, Boston. 1898, no. 36087. June 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 25. 1898. 

Instruction for the installation and op- 
eration of direct current multipolar 
generators and motors. Catalogue no. 
140-C. 282 

Copyright by Westinghouse electric 
and mfg. co., Pittsburg, Pa, L898, no. 
45183, July 29. 2 copies rec'd July 29, 
1898. 

Is your health worth $10 (\^ .' 283 

Copyright by Electropoise co., New 
York." 1898, no. 45182, July 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Jackson (Mrs, L. L.) The science and. 
geometry of dress. A complete man- 
ual of instruction for designing, draft- 
ing, and cutting. 

Copyright by Mrs. Louise L, Jack- 
son. LT.S. 1898, no. 38818, June 23. 2 
copies reed July 25, 1898. 



246 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

List no. 12. Uniform system of bank- 
ruptcy blanks. 285 
Copyright by Law reporter co., 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 41281, July 
25. 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Lyon & Healy's new and enlarged cata- 
logue of band instruments, drums, uni- 
forms, trimmings, etc. 12d ed. 1898. 

286 
Copyright by Lyon & Healy, Chi- 
cago? 1898, no. 14287, Jnlv 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

* McFarlane. Geography of Michigan. 

287 
Copyright by American book co. 
New York. 1898, no. 31889, June 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

"Merrill (J. A.) Geography of Missouri. 

288 
Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1898, no. 39810, July 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Mistletoe minuet. 289 

Copyright by H. N. Grant, Buffalo, 
X. Y. 1898, no. 44359, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, ' " 



Notes and suggestions on schoolroom 

decoration. 290 

Copyright by Boston public school 

art league, Boston. 1898, no. 44074, July 

23. 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Ohio. Reports of cases in the circuit 
court of Ohio. y. 16. From July 1 to 
Dec. 31, 1898. v. 16. no. 3. July 25,' 1898. 

291 
Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 1898, no. 44293, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

One hundred different ways of making a 

living. 292 

Copyright by Bichard Linke, New 

Y r ork. 1898. no'. 28350, May 6. 2 copies 

rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Outlines for studying the Italian renais- 
sance. 293 
Copyright by Mary Caverly Fatten, 
Boston. 1898, no. 14133, * Feb. 28. 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1898. 

Outside of safes. King & Eisele. 291 
Copyright by Williams & Mitchell, 
Buffalo, N.Y\ 1898, no. 11387, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

Pictures by flash light. A book for be- 
ginners. 295 
Copyright by Eastman kodak co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 1898, no. 42717, July 
16. 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Plans and specifications of physical lab- 

oratories. (Ideal and actual.) For sec- 
ondary schools. (Etc.) 296 
Copyright by Charles F. Warner, 
president, Cambridge. Mass. 1898, no. 
41224, July 8. 2 copies rec'd Julv 8, 
1898. 

Points of interest on the royal arcanum 

line. 297 

Copyright by G. M. Clough, Boston. 

1898, no. 44290, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 

July 25, 1898. 

■ Revised tariff and rules. July, 1898. 
Western union telegraph co. 298 

Copyright by Western union tele- 
graph co., New Y T ork. 1898, no. 37560, 
June 18. 2 coi3ies rec'd June 29, 1898. 
Robertson (Elbertine). A thoughtful 
hour with father. 299 

Copyright by E. Robertson, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1898, no. 45448, July 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 
Rogers' comprehensive musical chart and 
manual. 300 

Copyright by William B. Rogers, 
Millersburg, Ind. 1898, no. 22006, Apr. 
6. 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 
Rutherford (W. H.) Private lectures. 

SOL 
Copyright by W. H. Rutherford, Rox- 
ton. Tex. 1898, no. 19352, Mar. 24. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

* Safes. King & Eisele. 302 

Copyright by Williams & Mitchell, 
Buffalo, N.Y. "1898, no. 41388, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 
*Sajous (CE.de M.) Annual and ana- 
lytical cyclopaedia of practical medi- 
cine, v. 1. 303 

Copyright by F. A. Davis co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 17271, Mar. 12. 1 
copy rec'd Mar. 16, 1898. 1 copy rec'd 
Mar. 18, 1898. 
Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to vols. 183, 
181. Pennsylvania state decisious. 

304 

Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 45235, July 29. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1898. 
Spanish in a month. 305 

Copyright by J. P. Tighe, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 1898, no. 43837, July 22. 2 
copies rec'd 25, 1898. 
Spring (H. M.) Cooking for invalids. 
Individual recipes. 306 

Copyright by Helen M. Spring, 
United States. 1897, no. 53167, Sept. 23. 
2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 



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BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



* Standard text-book of earthenware ta- 
bles. English white granite and c. c. 
ware, etc. 1898. rev. ed. 307 

Copyright by James H. Howard and 
A. H. McAnulty, Minneapolis, Minn. 
1898, no. 12708, Feb. 21. 1 copy rec'd 
June 13, 1898. 1 copy rec'd July 15, 
1898. 

* State (The) of New York. 308 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1898, no. 23603, Apr. 14. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

* Steward (Darius ). Geography of North 

Dakota. 309 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1898, no. 34891, June 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 

Summer days and nights in New York. 

310 
Copyright by Merchants' ass'nof New 
York. 1898, no. 44996, July 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Summering on the Lackawanna. 1898. 
Compliments of the passenger dept., 
Del., Lack, and West. R, R. 311 

Copyright by W. H. Johnson, New 
York. 1898, no. 33809, June 1. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

* Table for stamping foreign bills of ex- 

change. Drawn in sterling, francs, or 
marks, etc. 312 

Copyright by Geo. Abbott, Boston. 
1898, no. 41612,' July 11. 2 copies rec'd 
July 11, 1898. 

Table showing miles operated, gauge 
and rolling stock equipment of the 
railroads of the U. S., Canada, and 
Mexico. October, 1898. 313 

Copyright by Railway equipment and 
pub. co., New York. 1897, no. 69066, 
Dec. 11. 2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

1868 to 
314 



I Transformer fuse blocks. Catalogue no. 
110 D. Circular no. 13 D. June, 1898. 

316 

Copyright by Westinghouse electric 

and mfg. co., Pittsburg, Pa. 1898, no. 

45184, July 29. 2 copies rec'd July 29, 

1898. 

I Treatise (A) on tea and coffee. 317 

Copyright by C. H. Russell, Boston. 
1898, no. 39008, June 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 



B.) Scientific physical 

The care of the body. 

athletic library, July, 

318 



Wurman (E. 
training. 
[Spalding's 
1898.] 

Copyright by American sports pub. 
co., New York. 1898. no. 44805, July 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Warren (T. B.) Springfield (Mass.) fam- 
ilies, 1636-1844. (2d class.) 319 
Copyright by Thomas B. Warren, 
Springfield, Mass. 1898, no. 44278. July 
25. 2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Washington seminary annual. School 
year, 1898-99. 320 

Copyright by George T. Smallwood 
and Delia G. Smallwood, Washington, 
D. C. 1898. no. 37884, June 21. 2 copies 
rec'd July 27, 1898. 



Wave war series, no. 2. v. 1. Julv 2, 
1898. The Manila expedition. Ed. bv 
E. R. Neville. 321 

Copyright by Wave pub. co.. San 
Francisco, Cal. * 1898, no. 44657. July 26. 
2 copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

v. 1. no. 3. 322 

Copyright by Wave pub. co., San 
Francisco, Cal, 1898. no. 45453. J uly 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 30. 1S9< S . 

Wing dance. A typical negro solo or 

duet. 323 

Copyright by H. N. Grant. Buffalo, 

N.Y. 1898,no.44358. Julv 25. 2 copies 

rec'd Julv 25. 1898. 

Tooker (R.N.) Appendix to, All about Zangwill (I.) The celibates' club. Being 

the baby. (1) The limitation of off- the bachelors' club and the old maids' 

spring. (2) Either sex at will. 315; club. Preface. 324 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., Copyright by Paul K. Reynolds, Xe\\ 

Chicago. 1898, no. 42688, July 16. 2 York. ' 1898. no'. 15133. July 29. 2 copies 

copies rec'd July 25, 1898. rec'd July 29. L898, 



Thirty years of life insurance 
1897, inclusive. 

Copyright by Spectator co., New 
York/ 1898, no. 7711, Jan. 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 27, 1898. 



248 



I.— BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

About war albums. 305 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 44390, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

* Account of the surrender. 306 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. ' 1898, No. 43294, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

* Around the doomed city. 307 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 42632, July 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 



* As Spaniards see the war. 



308 



Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. * 1898, no. 42631, July 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Attitude (The; of Germany. 309 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. " 1898, no. 44770, July 26. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 26,1898. 

Bab on a yacht. 310 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 45473, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Bacheller (Irving). A master fool. 311 
Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 44882, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

* Battle (The) of San Juan. 312 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 43582, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Biography; the world's famous scien- 
tists, no. 174. July 22, 1898. [Chi- 
cago record's home study circle.] 313 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no' 38767, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

*Burnell(J.) Hale of Hartford, chaps. 
11, 12, and 13. [Globe, Hartford, July 
3,1898.] 314 

Copyright by Globe pub. co., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 1898, no. 32872, May 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

* Burning of Juraguicito. 315 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 42633, July 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



Caimanera surrenders. 



316 



Ashes of empire. 
317 



Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 43727, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 



* Chambers (R. W.) 

chaps. 23 aud 24. 

Copyright by R. W. Chambers, New 
York. 1898, no. 24169, Apr. 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

chaps. 28 (continued), 29 and 30. 318 

Copyright bv R. W. Chambers, New 
Y T ork. 1898, no. 24169, Apr. 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Chesney (W.) and Munro (A.) John 

Topp, pirate, chaps. 16-24. 319 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 

York. 1898, no. 40928, July 8. 2 copies 

rec'd July 30, 1898. 

* Clark (Imogen). The storming of Jared 

Taylor's heart. 320 

Copyright by Internat. lit. aud news 
service, Irvington, N. Y r . 1898, no. 40916, 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Common sense home. 321 

Copyright by Geo. Palliser. New 
York/ 1898, no.' 44384, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Convent (A) hospital. 322 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 44391, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Cottage for $1,150. 323 

Copyright by Geo. Palliser, New 
Y^ork. * 1898. no.' 44387. July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Cozy (A) dwelling. 324 

Copyright by Geo. Palliser, New 
York. " 1898, no. 44386, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Cuban campaign arduous. 325 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. * 1898, no. 45241, July 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Cubans leave Camp McCalla, 326 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 45239, July 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Cupid and Mars. 327 

Copyright bv American press ass'n. 
New York. 1898, no. 45472, July 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

* Delay (The) at Santiago. 328 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898. no. 43292, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 



249 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



Design for a chapel. 329 

Copyright by Geo. Palliser, New 
York. " 1898. no". 44388, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

"Duinichen (T.) La Insurrecta. pp. 5-10. 

330 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1898, no. 39352, 
June 29. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

pp. 11-17. 331 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1898, no. 39352, 
June 29. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

pp. 18-25. 332 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitun'g, New York. 1898. no. 39352, 
June 29. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

pp. 26-34. 333 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1898, no. 39352, 
June 29. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Dunkin (Gertrude Scott). After the play. 

334 
Copyright by G. S. Dunkin. U. S. 
1898. no. 44393, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

"Entering Santiago harbor. 335 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. " 1898, no. 43580, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Falling back to San J nan. 336 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 45238, July 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 



Fashions of New York. 



337 



Copyright by Americau press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 44392, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

. 338 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 45470, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Few modern guns. The hopelessness of 
resistiug Dewey. 339 

Copyright by Associated press, New 



'ork. 1898, no. 45242, J uly 29. 



cop- 



ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Fighting yellow fever. 340 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 45177, J uly 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

* French gunboat halted. 341 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 42861, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 



Front line in Cuba. 342 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 44381, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

! Geography. Trade centers of the world, 
no. 177. July 26, 1898. [Chicago rec- 
ord's home study circle.] 343 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 38770, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

* Germany grows friendly. 344 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. * 1898, no. 43578, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Gomez and his men. 345 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 44382, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

! "Graydon (W. M.) The Johannesburg 
conspiracy. 346 

Copyright by William Murray Gray- 
don, London. * 1898, no. 41340, July 9. 
2 copies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

The Rajah of Kolat's trainer. 347 

Copyright by William Murray Gray- 
don, IT. S. 1898, no. 44375, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Guantanamo surrenders. 348 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. * 1898, no. 44949, Julv 27. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 27,1898. 



Guantauamo's surrendei 



349 



Copyright by Associated press, New 



York. 1898, no. 45240. July 29. 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 



cop- 



Hanchett (F. R.) Little Bob and Nell. 

A poem. 350 

Copyright by Fred Pardee Hanchett, 

. San Francisco. 1898, no, 40956, July 8. 

2 copies rec'd July 25. 1898. 

Havana's bishop issues a pastoral justi- 
fying Spain's course. 351 
Copyright by Associated press,Ne"W 
York. * 1898. no. 452 13, J uly 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

liooke (Charles W.) An enemy of 
Spain. ' 352 

Copyright by Internal, lit. ami news 
service, [rvington, N. Y. l898,no. IG915, 
July 7. 2 copies reo'd July 7. L898. 

Private Uillen's fraud. 

Copyright by lnternat. lit, ami news 
service, [rviugton, N.Y. lS9S.no. 1 1881, 
July 27. 2 copies reo'd Juh 27, L898, 



250 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

* How Todd sunk seven ships. 354 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. 1898, no. 44191, July 23. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 23, 1898. 

* Hungry Santiago aided. 355 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 43734, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Hypocrisy rebuked. 356 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 45476, July 30. 2, 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

* Immediate page. For July 10, 1898. 357: 

Copyright by Intermit, lit. and news I 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. j 
40921, July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, ' 
1898. 

For July 31, 1898. 358 j 

Copyright by Internal, lit. and news i 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 
44875, July 27. 2 copies rec'd Julv 27, 
1898. 

International cricket teams. 359 

Copyright by American press ass'n, ! 
New York. 1898, no. 45467, July 30. 2 , 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Jams, jellies, and syrups. [Hotelmonthly, 

July no.] 360 

Copyright by Paul Richards. Chicago. 

1898, no. 45003,' July 28. 2 copies rec'd 

July 27, 1898. 

Jefferson (C. E.) Quiet talks with earn- 
est people in my study, chap. 13. 361 
Copyright bv Chas. E. Jefferson, 
Chelsea, Mass. " 1898, no. 415, Jan. 3. 2 j 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Jordan (Kate). A circle in the sand, 
chap. 1. Jefferson banner, July 21, 
1898. * 362 

Copyright by Kate Jordan, U. S. 
1898, no. 18780, Mar. 21. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

* Kapff-Essenther. Uebermenschen! pp. 

42-48. 363 

Copyright by New-Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1898, no. 33785, 
. June 1. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

pp. 49-52. 364 

Copyright by New Yorker staats zei- 
tung, New York. 1898, no. 33785, June 
1. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

pp. 53-61. 365 

Copyright by New Yorker staats zei- 
tung, New York. 1898, no. 33785, June 
1. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 



Late fashions from Paris. 366 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898. no. 44379, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Late fashions from Paris. 367 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 45475, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Lectures on astronomy, no. 178. July 27, 
1898. [Chicago record's home study 
circle.] 368 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no' 38771, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Lectures on health and hygiene, no. 179. 
July 28, 1898. 369 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898. no. 38772, June 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Lessons of the war. 370 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 45474, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Leys (J. K.) The millionare's bride. A 

tale. 371 

Copyright by John K. Levs, London, 

England. 1898, no. 22857, Apr. 11. 2 

copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

*Lindau(P.) Deragent. pp. 9-14. 372 
Copyright by New Yorker staats zei- 
tung, New York. 1898, no. 39353, June 
29. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 1898. 

pp. 16-23. 373 

Copyright by New Yorker staats zei- 
tung, New York. 1898, no. 39353. June 
29. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

pp. 24-29. 374 

Copyright bv New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 1898, no. 39353, June 
29. 2 copies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

pp. 29-35. 375 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 1898, no. 39353, June 
29. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

*Loch(G.) The adventures of an am- 
bassador, no. 5. A benefit perform- 
ance. 376 
Copyright by Howard. Ainslee & co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 42460. July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

no. 6. The raid of the sphinx. 377 

Copyright by Howard, Ainslee & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 42461, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 



251 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

~Loch (G.j The adventures of an am- 
bassador, no. 7. A tale of Old Madrid. 

378 
Copyright by Howard, Ainslee & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 42457, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

no. 8. A cool reception. 379 

Copyright by Howard, Ainslee & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 42458, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

no. 9. The striking clock. 380 

Copyright by Howard, Ainslee & co., 
New York. 1898. no. 42159, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 
*M Quad page. For July 10, 1898. 381 
Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 40918, 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 
M Quad page. For July 31, 1898. 382 
Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 44880, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 
McVeigh (Warren). As it happened in 
Blind alley. 383 

Copyright bv American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 45471, July 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 
Mas (E.) Linseed oil. chap. 20. 384 

Copyright bv Ernest Mas, New York. 
1898, no. 18011, Mar. 17. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 
Modern public school. 385 

Copyright by Geo. Palliser, New 
York. 1898, no. 44385, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Munro (N.) John Splendid, chap. 23 to 
end. 386 

Copyright by Neil Munro, London, 
England. 1898, no. 45358, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 
Neat and comfortable. 387 

Copyright by Geo. Palliser, New 
York. " 1898, no. 44383, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Oifener schreibebrief des Philip Sauer- 
ampler. no. 238. 388 

Copyright hy German press and plate 
co., Cleveland, Ohio. 1898, no. 44376, 
July 25. 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Orr'ener schreibebrief von Philip Sauer- 
ampfer's vetter, John Stramper. 389 
Copyright by H. H. Coleman, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 1898, no. 15015. J uly 28. 
2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 
*Our Hag Hies over Santiago. 390 

Copyright hy Associated press, Now 
York. " 1898, no, 43579. July 20. 2 copies 
rec'd July 20, 1898. 

4742— Vol. 16, No. 4 2 



Titles — Continued. 

Our flag raised in Puerto Rico. 391 

Copyright by Associated press, Now 
York. ' 1898, no. 45106, July 28. 2 copies 
rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Pleasures (The) of life at Tuxedo. 392 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 44378, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Popular studies in architecture, no. 176, 
July 25, 1898. [Chicago record's home 
study circle.] 393 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 38769, June 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Practical (The) hotel steward. A chapter 
on cleaning barrels. [Hotel monthly, 
July no.] " 394 

Copyright by JohnTellman. Chicago. 
1898, no. 45002, July 28. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 

* Prove true to me. 395 

Copyright by Walter H. Darby, San 
Francisco. 1898, no. 41026, July' 8. 2 
copies rec'd July 12, 1898. 

*Reed (Thomas B.) The restlessness of 

men. 396 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 

service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 40917, 

July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

Religious beliefs. 397 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 44396, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Riddle (The) of the reaper. 398 

Copyright by R. L. Ardrey, Chicago. 

1898, no. 44346, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 

July 25, 1898. 

Rita. A daughter of the people, chaps. 

11 (continued). 12, and 13. 399 

Copyright by Rita, Loudon. 1898. 

no. 35827, June 11. 2 copies rec'd July 

29, 1898. 

* Ross (Clinton). The man of San Fer- 

nandez. 400 

Copyright by [nternat. lit. and news 

service, rrvington.N. Y. 1898, wo. 12109. 

July 14. 2 copies rec'd July 1 I. L898. 
Rough (The) riders. 101 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. L898, no. i 1397. J uly 25. 2 

copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 
"St.Paul" (The) and the torpedo-boat 

destroyer" Terror." Feature cut, 32. 

L898. ' 102 

Copyright by American press ass'n. 

New York. L898, no. 45532, Jul} ; 

copies rec'd July 80, L898. 



252 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

* Santiago ours without a right. 403 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 42860, July 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

* Shafter's entry in Santiago. 404 

Copyright by Associated press,* New 
York. 1898, no. 43725, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

* Sheldon (C. M.) The redemption of 
Freetown, chap. 1. 405 

Copyright by United society christian 
endeavor, Boston. 1898, no. 37119, June 
17. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

chap. 2. 406 

Copyright by United society christian 
endeavor, Boston . 1898, no. 371 19, June 
17. 2 copies rec'd July 14, 1898. 

Sigel (F.) Em halbes jahrhundert. Mis- 
souri, chap. 7. 407 
Copvright by Franz Sigel, New York. 
1897. no. 37919, June 28. 2 copies rec'd 
July 29, 1898. 

* Situation (The) at Havana. 408 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 43581, Julv 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 1898. 

Spanish claim a victory. 409 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 15107, Julv 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

* Spanish news from Cuba. 410 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 43577, July 20. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 20, 



Julv 



copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 



* Spanish obstinacy. 411 

Copvright by Associated press, New 
York. " 1898, no. 42862, Julv 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 16, 1898. 

* Special page. For July 10, 1898. 412 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 40922, 



Titles — Continued. 

* Stories of starvation. 416 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 43726, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

! * Terms (The) of surrender. 417 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 43293, July 19. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 19, 1898. 

Things agents should know. [Insurance 

press, July 27, 1898.] 418 

Copyright by Insurance press, New 

York. 1898, no. 27816, May 3. 2 copies 

rec'd July 27, 1898. 

* Timely page. July 10, 1898. 419 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 
40923, July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 
1898. 

For July 31, 1898. 420 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 
44876, July 27. 2 copies rec'd Julv 27, 
1898. 

Tracv (L.) The lost provinces, chaps. 
10, U. 421 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 1898, no. 29417, May 12. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

* Trade (The) in live stock. June 27, 

1898. 422 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City,' Mo. 1898, no. 39788, 

June 30. 2 copies rec'd June 30, 1898. 

June 28, 1898. 423 

Copvriuht bv Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. l 40032, July 

1. 2 copies rec'd July 1, 1898. 

June 29, 1898. 424 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 40410, Julv 

2. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 



For July 31, 1898. 413 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 44877, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Stage (The) names of player folk. 414 
Copyright bv American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 45468, July 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Starving Cubans ask aid. 415 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 44950, July 27. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 27, 1898. 



June 30, 1898. 



425 



Copvright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 40614, July 
5. 2 copies ree'd July 5, 1898. 

— July 1, 1898. 426 
Copyright by Kansas Citv star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 40615, July 
5. 2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 

— July 2, 1898. 427 
Copvright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 40616, July 
5. 2 copies rec'd July 6, 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



- Trade (The) in live stock. July 5, 1898. 

428 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City. Mo. 1898, no. 41220, July 

8. 2 copies rec'd July 8, 1898. 

July 6, 1898. 429 

Copyright by Kansas City star co.. 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 41341, July 

9. 2 copies rec'd July 9, 1898. 

July 21. 1898. 430 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898. no. 14373, July 
2c. 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



July 22. 1898. 



431 



Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 44374, July 



23. 2 copies rec'd July 



1898. 



July 23, 1898. 432 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 44668, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

July 25, 1898. 433 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 45052. July 

28. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

(Kansas City star, July 26, 1898.) 

434 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 45254, July 

29. 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

July 27, 1898. 435 

Copyright bv Kansas city star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 45466, July 

30. 2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Victor and vanquished. 436 

Copyright bv American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 45478, July 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Walbridge (H. C.) Brooklyn in the Re- 
bellion, chap. 18. 437 
Copyright by Henry C. Walbridge, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 20064, Mar. 
28. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

War heroes to date. 438 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 44380, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



Warships go to Guanica. 439 

Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 45108, July 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

* Wevinan (S. J.) The castle inn. chaps. 

27, 28, 29, and 30. 440 

Copyright by Stanley J. Weyman, 
London, England. 1897, no. 67547, 
Dec. 3. 2 copies rec'd July 15, 1898. 

Winter (J. S.) His way and hers. A 
novel, chaps. 5, 6. 441 

Copyright by Henrietta Eliza 
Vaughan Stannard, London. 1898, no. 
43746, July 22. 2 copies rec'd Julv 27, 
1898. 

chaps. 7 and 8. 442 

Copyright by Henrietta Eliza 
Vaughan Stannard, London. 1898, no. 
43746, July 22. 2 copies rec'd July 29 , 

1898. 

* Woman's page. July 10, 1898. 443 

Copyright by Internal, lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 40919, 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

For July 31, 1898. 444 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 44878, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Women of Hawaii 445 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 44389, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Wonderful records made this season by 

crack bicycle riders. 446 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 1898, no. 44395, July 25. 2 

copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Young women who make change 447 

Copyright by American press ass'n. 
New York. 1898, no. 44377, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

* Youth's page. July 10, 1898 448 

Copyright by Internal, lit. and news 
service, Irvington. N. Y. 1898, no. 40920, 
July 7. 2 copies rec'd July 7, 1898. 

For July 31, 1898 449 

Copyright by Internat. lit. and news 
service, Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 44879, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd .Inly 27. 1898. 



254 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Consul's (The) daughter. A romantic 
comedy drama in 4 acts. By Edward 
C. Ellis. 18 

Copyright "by E. C. Ellis, Chicago. 
1898, no. 44018, July 23. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

Modern (A) Othello. A farce comedy in 
1 act. Adapted by Walter E. Hoff- 
mann. 19 
Copyright by Penn pub. co.. Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 44020, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 



Oh, those hoarders. A comedy in 5 acts. 
By X. J. Fields. 20 

Copyright by 1ST. J. Fields, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no'. 44301, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

" Uncle Sain." An American pantomime, 
in 1 act. By Clarence T. Arper and 
Eugene S. Has well. 21 

Copyright by C. T. Arper and E. S. 
Haswell, San Francisco. Cal. 1898, 
no. 45255. July 29. 2 copies rec'd July 
29, 1898. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC pathfinder and dial. July 25. 1898. 
(Eec'd July 29,1898.) 875 

Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 

American agriculturist. July 30. 1898. 

(Rec'd July 25. 1898.) 876 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 
York. 

American architect and building news. 
July 23. 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 

877 
Copyright by American architect and 
building news co., Boston. 

American exchange and reyiew. Aug., 
1898. (Rec'd July 30, 1898.) 878 

Copyright by Reyiew pub. and ptg. 
co., Philadelphia. 

American florist. July 23. 1898. (Rec'd 
July 25, 1898.) 879 

Copyright by American florist co., 
Chicago. 

Appleton's popular science monthly. 
Aug., 1898. (Rec'd July 30, 1898.) 880 
Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 

Baptist union. July 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 29, 1898.) 881 

Copyright by Baptist young people's 
union, Chicago. 

Biles' whiskey price list. July 25. 1898. 
(Rec'd July 27, 1898.) 882 

Copyright by J. W. Biles co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 



Boston daily globe. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

Julv25, 1898.) 883 

July 24, 1898. (Rec'd July 25. 1898. ) 

884 
July 25, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898. ) 

885 
July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 1898.) 

886 
July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 28. 1889. ) 

887 
July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898. ) 

888 
July 29, 1898. (Rec'd July 30, 1898. ) 

889 
Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Bradstreet's. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 
25,1898.) 890 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., Xew 
York. 

Brickbuilder. July. 1898. (Rec'd July 
27. 1898.) 891 

Copyright by Brickbuilder pub. co., 
Boston. 

Brooklyn life. July 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 30, 1898.) 892 

Copyright by Brooklyn life pub. co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

! Catholic news. July 27. 1898. (Rec'd 
July 26, 1898. ) 893 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
Xew York. 

Christian endeavor world. Jan. 21, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 26, 1898. ) 894 

Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898. ) 

895 
Copyright by Golden rule co., Boston. 



255 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Christian herald. July 27, 1889. (Rec'd 
July 25.1898.) 896 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New- 
York. 

Colliers weekly. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 25, 1898.) 897 I 

Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, j 
New York. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. July 
23,1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 898 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 
Cycling gazette. July 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 30, 1898.) 899 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Demorest's family magazine. Aug., 1898. 
(Rec'd July 27,1898.) 900 \ 

Copyright by Demorest pub. co., New ; 
York/ 
Die Christliche mutter. Aug., 1898. 
(Rec"d July 25, 1898.) " 901 

Copyright by J. Schaffer, New York. 

Digest of physical tests and laboratory 
practice. July, 1897. (Rec'd July 25, 
1898.) " 902 | 

Copyright by Frederick A. Riehle, 

Philadelphia. 

Dry goods economist. July 23, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 903 

Copyright by Textile pub. co., New 

York. 

Electrical engineer. July 28, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 28, 1898.) 904 

Copyright by Electrical engineer, j 
New York. 

Engineering magazine. Aug., 1898. 

(Rec'd July 27, 1898.) 905 

Copyright by Engineering magazine, 

New York. 

Engineering • record. July 23, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 906 

Copyright by Engineering record, 

New York. 

Evening post. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 25, 1898.) 907 

July 25, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898. ) 

908 

July 26. 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 1898. ) 

909 

July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 28. 1898. ) 

910 

July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1S98. ) 

911 

July 29, 1898. (Rec'd July 30, 1898. ) 

912 
Copyright by Evening post pub. CO., 
New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Evening telegram. July 22, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 25, 1898.) • 913 

July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 

914 
July 24, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898.) 

915 
July 25, 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 1898. ) 

916 
July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 28, 1898. ^ 

917 
July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898.) 

918 
July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 30, 1898. ) 

919 
Copyright by James Cordon Bennett, 
New York. 

Examiner. July 28, 1898. (Rec'd Aug. 
28, 1898.) 920 

Copyright by Examiner co., New 
York. 

Farmer. July 30, 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 
1898.) * 921 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., Chi- 
cago, 

Fishing gazette. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jiily 25, 1898.) 922 

Copyright by G. E. Jennings, New- 
York. 

Forum. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd July 30, 1898.) 

923 
Copyright by Forum pub. co.. New 
York/ 

Great round world. July 28. 1898. (Rec'd 
July 28, 1898.) 924 

Copyright by William Beverley Har- 
rison, New York. 

Gunton's magazine. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd 

July 29, 1898.) 925 

Copyright by George Gunton. Now 
York. 

Happy days. Aug. 13, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 1 926 

Copyright by Frank Tousev, New 
York. ' 



no. 31, • Rec'd 
mi 



Harper's bazar, v. 
July 29, L898.) 
Copyright by Harper A. bros., New 

York." 

Harper's weekly, v. 12. no.2171. (Rec'd 
July 28, 1898.) 928 

Copyright by Harper & bros., Now 
York. 

llome and farm. A.ug. I, L898. Rec'd 
July 30,1898.) 929 

Copyright by Home and farm pub. 
OO., Louisville. Kv. 



56 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Home studv for the building trades. 
Aug.. 1898. (Eec'd July 25, 1898.) 930 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Home study magazine. Aug., 1898. 
(Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 931 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Horseman. July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 
28,1898.) 932 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 
newspaper co., Chicago. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. July 21. 
1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898.) " 933 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 
co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Item. July 23. 1898. (Rec'd July 25, I 
1898.) " 934 

Copyright by Geo. A. Warren, Bos- 
ton. 
Jewelers' circular. July 27, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 28, 1898.) 935 

Copyright by Jewelers' circular pub. 
co., New York. 
Jewelers' weekly. July 27, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 28, 1898.) 936 

Copyright by Trades weekly co.. 
Xew York. 
Journal of the American medical associa- 
tion. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 
1898.) 937 | 

Copyright by American medical ass'n, 
Chicago. 
Law notes. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd July 30, 
1898.) 938 

Copyright by Edward Thompson co., 
Xorthport, Long Island, N. Y. 
Leslie's weekly. July 28. 1898. (Rec'd 
July 25, 1898".) 939 

Copyright by Arkell weekly co., 
Xew York. 

Life. July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898.) 

940 
Copyright by Mitchell & Miller, 
Xew York. 

Life's comedy. Aug. 1, 1898. (Rec'd July 

27,1898.) 941 

Copyright by Mitchell & Miller, 
Xew York. 

Medical record. July 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 30, 1898.) 942 

Copyright by Wm. Wood & co., 
Xew York. 

Mind. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 
1898.) 943 

Copyright by Alliance pub. co., Xew 
York. 



Musical age. July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 
29,1898.) 944 

Copyright by Harry Edward Freund, 
Xew York. 

National police gazette. Aug. 6. 1898. 
(Rec'd July 28, 1898.) 945 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, Xew 
York. 

Xew century. July 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 25, 1898.) 946 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tingle y, 
Xew York. 

New England homestead. July 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 30, 1898. ) 947 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., 
Springfield, Mass. 

Xew York herald. July 22, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 25, 1898.) 948 

July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898. ) 

949 
July 24, 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898. ) 

950 
■ July 25, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898.) 

951 
July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 27. 1898. ) 

952 
July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 28, 1898.) 

953 
July 28. 1898. (Rec'd July 29. 1898. ) 

954 
Copyright by James Gordon Ben- 
nett, Xew York. 

New York journal. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 25, 1898.) 955 

July 24, 1898. ( Rec'd July 25. 1898. ) 

956 
J uly 25, 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898. ) 

957 
July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898.) 

958 
July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 1898.) 

959 
July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 28, 1898. ) 

960 
July 29, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898.) 

961 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 

Xew Y^ork medical journal. July 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 962 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., Xew 
York. 

New York news letter. Julv-Aug. 



(Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 963 

Copyright by Xew York life ins. co., 
Xew York. 



257 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

New Yorker abendblatt. July 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 964 

July 25, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898.) 

965 

July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 1898. ) 

966 

July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 28, 1898.) 

967 

July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898.) 

968 

July 29, 1898. (Rec'd July 30, 1898.) 

969 
Copyrigbt by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. July 23, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 25,1898.) 970 

July 25," 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 

971 

July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 1898.) 

972 

July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 1898.) 

973 

July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 28, 1898. ) 

974 

July 29, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898.) 

975 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 

New Yorker wochenblatt. July 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 28, 1898.) 976 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 

Nick Carter's weekly. July 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 29,1898.) 977 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York/ 

Ohio Legal News. July 25, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 25, 1898.) 978 

Copyright by Laning printing co., 
Norwalk, Ohio. 

Our productions. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 25, 1898.) 979 

Copyright by Am. pub. and eng. co. ; 
New York. 

Philadelphia inquirer. July 23, 1898. 

(Rec'd'July 25/1898.) 980 

July 24/1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 

981 
July 25, 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898. ) 

982 
— July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898.) 

983 
July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 1898.) 

984 
July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 28, 1898.) 

985 
July 29, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898.) 

986 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 



Titles — Continued. 

Philadelphia press. July 24, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 24,1898.) 987 

July 25, 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 

988 

July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898.) 

989 

j July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 1898.) 

990 

j July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 28, 1898.) 

991 

July 29, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898.) 

992 
Copyright by Press co., Philadelphia. 

Pittsburg times. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 25, 1898.) 993 

July 25, 1898. (Rec'd July 26, 1898.) 

994 

July 26, 1898. ( Rec'd July 27, 1898. ) 

995 

! July 27, 1898. (Rec'd July 28, 1898.) 

996 

July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898.) 

997 

i July 29, 1898. (Rec'd July 30, 1898.) 

998 
Copyright by Pittsburg times, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

Red cross notes, no. 12. (Rec'd July 25, 
1898.) 999 

Copyright by Johnson & Johnson, 
New Brunswick, N. J. 

St. Louis republic. July 24, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 26, 1898.) 1000 

(Sund. mag. > July 24, 1898. ( Rec'd 

July 26, 1898.) 1001 

Copyright by Geo. Knapp & co., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Saturday evening post. July 23. 1898. 
(Rec'd July 27, 1898.) 1002 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Scientific american. July 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

July 28, 1898.) L003 

Copyright by Munri & co.. Now York, 

Scientific american (sup.) July30, L898, 

(Rec'd July 28, 1898.) 1004 

Copyright by Mivnn & co.. New York. 

Scribuer's magazine. Aug., L898. Rec'd 

July 27. 1898.) 1005 

Copyright by Charles Scribner'ssons, 

New York. 

Self-culture. A.ug.,1898, (Reo'dJuly25, 
1898.) 1006 

Copyright by Werner co.. Akron. 
Ohio. 
Southwestern reporter. Julj IS, 1898. 
(Reo'dJuly 25, L898.) 1007 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 



258 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Standard. Aug. 6, 1898. (Rec'd July 28, 
1898.) 1008 

Copyright by Standard press, New 
York. 

Students' reporting journal. July, 1898. i 
(Rec'd July 28, 1898.) 1009 ! 

Copyright bv S. J. Carroll, Wheeling, | 
W. Va. 

Sun. July 23, 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898.) ; 

1010 ! 
July 24. 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 

1011 
July 25, 1898. (Rec'd July 25, 1898.) ! 

1012 i 
July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 1898. ) j 

1013 
July 27, 1898. (Bec'd July 27, 1898.) I 

1014 l 
July 28, 1898. ( Rec'd July 28, 1898. ) 

1015 
July 29, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898. ) 

1016 
Copyright by Sun printing and pub. 
ass'n, New York.. 

Superintendent and foreman. July 26, 
1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898.) 1017 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 

Svenska amerikanska posten. July 26, 
1898. (Rec'd July 29, 1898.) *1018 

Copyright by S. J./Iurnblad, Minne- 
apolis^ Minn. 

Table talk. Aug., 1898. (Rec'd July 27, 
1898.) 1019 

Copyright by Table talk pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 

Tip top weekly. July 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 27, 1898.) 1020 

Copyright by Street Sz Smith, New 
York. 



Town topics. 

28,1898.) 



July 28, 1898. 



(Rec'd July 
1021 



Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trained motherhood. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 30,1898.) 1022 

August, 1898. (Rec'd July 30, 1898. ) 

1023 
Copyright by Motherhood co., New 
York. 

Truth. Aug. 3, 1898. (Rec'd July 29, 
1898.) 1024 

Copyright by Truth co., New York. 

Universe. July 28, 1898. (Rec'd July 
28.1898.) 1025 

Copyright by Universe pub. co., 
New York. 

Vanity fair. v. 4. no. 20. (Rec'd Aug. 
28,1898.) 1026 

Copyright by James A. Norton, New 
Brunswick, N. J . 

Western electrician. July 23, 1898. 

(Rec'd July 25, 1898.) 1027 

Copyright by Electrical pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Western painter. July, 1898. (Rec'd 
July 25, 1898.) 1028 

Copyright by Charles H. Webb, Chi- 
cago. 

Woman's home companion. August. 1898. 
(Rec'd July 28, 1898. ) 1029 

Copyright by Mast, Crowell & Kirk- 
patrick, Springfield, Ohio. 

Wool record. July 26, 1898. (Rec'd July 
27, 1898.) 1030 

Copyright by Wool record pub. co., 
New York. 

Young glory. July 29, 1898. (Rec'd July 
27,1898.) 1031 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. ' 

Young people's weekly. July 31, 1898. 
(Rec'd July 23, 1898.) 1032 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. co., 
Elgin, 111. 



IY 



259 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 



COL- 



(Arranged alphabetically by titles. 1'or index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Abendfeier. (Julius Sturm.) Fur eine 
mittlere singstimme, niit harmoniuru- 
begleitung. Koinponiert von Eugen 
Griiel. op. 32. Berlin, Carl Simon. 
[Zwei lieder. no. 1.] 753 

Copyright by C. Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 1 1898, no. 44250, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Abendruhe. Zehn kleine clavierstiicke. 
Componirt von Percy Sherwood, op. 9. 
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. [Miniaturen. no. 
8.] 754 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44245, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Admiral Sampson march. Composed by 
Henrich M. Gunnersen. [Piano.] Ash- 
land, Wis., J. W. Clarke. 755 
Copyright by H. M. Gunnersen, Ash- 
land, Wis. 1898, no. 45018, July 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Adolphus marsch. Fiir pianoforte. Com- 
ponirt von Ewald Schulz. Bremen, A. 
E. Fischer. 756 

Copyright by A. E. Fischer, Bremen, 
Germany': 1898, no. 44236, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Afloat in a boat. Song. Words by Harry 
Greenbank and Adrian Eoss. Music by 
Sidney Jones. London, Hopwood & 
Crew. 757 

Copyright by Hopwood & Crew, Lon- 
don, England 1898, no. 44222, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Agitato for pianoforte. By Jules Sckul- 
horr'. op. 15. Edited by F. Meyer. Bos- 
ton, Arthur P. Schmidt. 758 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 44906, July 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 

Air castles minuet. By L. H. Ascherfeld. 
Piano. Washington, 1). C, L. H. Asch- 
erfeld. 759 
Copyright by L. H. Ascherfeld, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1898, no. 42108, July 13. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

All is fair. Duet. Words by Harry Green- 
bank and Adrian Ross. Music by Sid- 
ney Jones. London, Hopwood & Crew. 

760 
Copyright by Hopwood &Crew, Lon- 
don, England. 1898. no. 11224. July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Alone. Song. Words by Beatrice Gurr. 
Music by Piccolomini. no. 2 in F. 
London, Egerton & co. 761 

Copyright by Egerton & co, London, 
England. 1898. no. 44619. July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

American anthems. Book 2. A collection 
of music for church choirs. Edited by 
E. S. Lorenz. Dayton, Ohio, Lorenz i 
co. 762 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 44350, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 



Amoretten. Gavotte for the pianoforte. 
By Gustay Lange. op. 306. Edited by 
F. Meyer. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 

763 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 44908, July 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 

Annette polka. For piano duet. By C. 
H. H. Booth, op. 15. Book 1. New 
York, Geo. Molineux. [Little pieces 
for little hands, no. 5.] 764 

Copyright by G. Molineux, New York. 
1898, no. 45332, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 29, 1898. 

As I laye a'-thynkynge. The last lines 
of Thomas Ingoldsby. Set to music 
by Williams Alfred Robins. Lon- 

don, Egerton <fc co. 765 

Copyright by Egerton & co., London, 
England. 1898, no. 44620, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898, 

As the hart panteth. Anthem. By E. 

T. O'kane, [n.L] 700 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio/ 1898, no. 40881, July 7. 2 copies 

rec'd July 2.-). 1898. 

At a Georgia camp meeting. March.. By 

Kerry-Mills. 110.472. tMiisioal chart 
arrangement. | 767 

Copyright by Mermod freres, 
Croix.' Switzerland. 1898, no. 44794, 
July 27. 'J copies rec'd July 27, * 

At dawn. Trio for women's voices. En- 
glish version by Fred. W. Bancroft. 
Music by C. J. Brambach. Boston, 
Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo series. 
no. 184.] 768 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
L898. no. 45336, Jul} 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 29, 1898. 



260 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Tides'— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Athirst for Thee. Words by E. E. Hew- 
itt. Music by H. A. Henrv. no. 8. 
[n. i.] 769 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 4441 i, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

An revoir, my dearest. By Gervais Ar- 
noult. New Orleans, La., J. B. G. 
Arnoult. 770 

Copyright bv J. B. G. Arnoult, New 
Orleans, La. 1898, no. 44330, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Aunt Ann. (Tante Anna.) For piano. 
By Richard Eilenberg. op. 47. Re- 
vised and fingered by Wilson G. Smith. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 771 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898' no. 44771, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Babbie waltzes. By W. Furst. no. 476. 
[Musical chart arrangement.] [n. i.] 

772 
Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix," Switzerland. 1898, no. 41798, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Babe (The) divine. Christmas anthem. 

By H.P. Danks, [n.i.] 773 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Pavton, 

Ohio. 1898, no. 40875, July 7. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Bal champetre a Versailles. Quatre 
moreeaux rococo, composee par Georg 
Liebling, opus 31. Piano. London, 
Forsyth bros. [Nouvelle suite a la Wat- 
teau. no. 4.] 774 

Copyright by Forsyth bros.. London, 
England. 1898, no.' 45138, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Barcarolle. For piano. By Joseph Low. 
op. 343. Revised and fingered bv 
Albert W. Borst. Philadelphia, Hatch 
music co. 775 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 44773, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Battle hymn of the Republic. Words 
by Julia Ward Howe. Music by H. J. 
Wrightson. Boston, B. F. Wood 

music co. 776 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 44948, July 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Battling for the right. Words by Ada 
Blenkhorn. Music by E E. Meyer, 
no. 70, [n.i.] "777 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44442, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 



Bayati [Georgian song]. By Korganoff. 
no. 423. [Musical chart arr.] [n. i.] 

778 
Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste 
Croix, Switzerland. 1898, no. 44790, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Blessed (The) bible. Words and music 

by J. S. Norris. no. 45, [n. i .] 779 

Copyright bv Meyer & bro., Chicago. 

1898, no. 44439^ July 25. 2 copies rec'd 

July 25, 1898. 

1 Blessed Shepherd. Words by E. E. 
Hewitt. Music bv J. H. Tenney. no. 6, 
[n.i.] 780 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44456, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

! Bonny (The) owl. For men's voices. 
Words by Sir Walter Scott. Music by 
P. A. Schnecker. Boston, Arthur P. 
Schmidt. [Octavo series no. 222.] 781 
Copyright bv A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 45327", Julv 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

: Boys (The) of Yankee land. Words by 
Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave Ker- 
ker, [n.i.] 782 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 45025, Julv 28. 
2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Boys, rernemberthe "Maine." Words and 
music by Michael J. Nolan. New 
York, Michael J. Nolan. 783 

Copyright bv Michael J. Nolan, New 
York. 1898. no. 28797, May 9. 2 copies 
rec'd Julv 25, 1898. 

i Bridal chorus, from " The rose maiden." 
For women's voices. By F. H. Cowen. 
Arranged by P. A. Schnecker. Bos- 
ton, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
series, no. 178.] 784 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt. Boston. 
1898, no. 45316, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

Bridges (The) burnt behind me. Words 
and music by C. H. Stanley. 785 

Copyright by C. H. Stanley, Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 45019, July 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Bygone days. Trio for women's voices. 
English version by Fred. W. Bancroft. 
Music by Rob. Radecke. Arranged by 
Frank Lynes. Boston, Arthur P. 
Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 176.] 786 
Copyright bv A. P. Schmidt. Boston. 
1898, no. 45319, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 



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Ti t les — C ontin ue d . 

Canadian (A) boat song-. For men's 
voices. Music by P. A. Scknecker. 
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
series, no. 221.] 787 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt. Boston. 
1898. no. 45326, J ul v 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

Cherry (The) hill fusileers. Words by 
Hugh Morton. Music bv Gustave 
Kerker, [n. i.] 788 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co.,New 
York. * 1898, no. 45026, July 28. 2 copies 
rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Chorister (The). For women's voices. 
By Arthur Sullivan. Arranged by 
Frank Lynes. Boston, Arthur P. 
Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 174.] 789 
Copyright bv A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 45318, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

Chorus of nymphs, "Odysseus." Trio 
for women's voices. By Max Bruch. 
Arranged by O. B. Brown. Boston, 
Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo series, 
no. 171.] 790 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 



ton. 1898, no. 45314, Julv 29. 
rec'd July 28, 1898. 



copies 



Christ, my hope. Anthem. By L. O. 

Emerson, [n. L] • 791 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. ' 1898, no. 40878, Julv 7. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Cling to the hand of the Savior. Words 
by E. E. Hewitt. Music by A. J. Sho- 
walter. no. 54, [n. i.] 792 

Copyright by Meyer &bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44437, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

Come, sweet lass. A madrigalian part- 
song for A. T. T. B. Music composed 
by G-. F. Huntley. London, Novello 
&co.,l'td. 793 

Copyright by Novello & co., Ltd., 
London, England. 1898, no. 45142, Julv 
29. 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Come unto me. Anthem. By L. O. Em- 
erson, [n. i.] 794 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 40882, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Hvmn anthem. Bv J. H. Tennev, 

[n.i.] 795 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton. 
Ohio. 1898. uo*. 40866, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd Julv 25, 1898. 



Titles — Coutinued. 

Concertino, in A moll (A minor). Fiir 
violine mit pianoforte begleitung. 
Von Hans Sitt. op. 70. Leipzig, 
Bosworth & co. 796 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig, Germany. ' 1898, no. 44252, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Concerto in D minor. For the organ. 
By John Stanley, no. 2. London, 
Novello & Co., ltd. 797 

Copvright by Josenh C. Bridge, 
United States. 1898, no. 45139, July 29. 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

" Conquerors" (The) waltzes. Valse du 
conquerant. By W. Furst. no. 471. 
[Musical chart arrnngement.] [n. i.] 

798 
Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix, Switzerland. 1898, no. 44793, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Coons in the cottoniield. Schottische. 
By J. W. Wheeler. Boston, Atlantic 
music co. 799 

Copyright bv Atlantic music co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 44157, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Coontowu capers. Two step. By T. F. 
Morse, no. 473. [Musical chart ar- 
rangement.] [n.i.] 800 
Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix, Switzerland. 1898, no. 44795. 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27. 1898. 

Couldn't do without you, Loo. Written 
and composed by Lindsay Stewart. 
London, Egerton & co. 801 

Copyright by Egerton & co., London. 
England. 1898, no. 44618, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26. 1898. 

Dance (A) and a dream. Song. Words 
and music by Gerald Lane. no. 1 in G. 
Boosey & co"V. New York. 802 

Copyright by Enoch & sons. London. 
1898,n'o. 45362, duly 30. 2 copies rec'd 
duly 30, L898. 

no. 2 in A flat. Boosey & co.. New- 
York. 803 
Copyright by Enooh & sons. London. 
L898, no. 15363, July 30, 2 copies rec'd 
duly 'M\ 1898, 

no. 3 in 1> (hit. Boosey i$ co., New 

York. SOI 

Copyright by Enoch A sons. London. 
1898, no. 4o364, July 30. 2 copies rec'd 
duly SO. 1S9S. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Defend the dear old flag. Song and 

chorus. Composed bv C. A. Van 

Wickle. Chas. W. Held. Brooklyn. 

N. Y. 805 

Copyright by C. A. Van Wickle, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 1898, no. 45426, July 

30. 2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 
Destruction (The) of Gaza. Chorus. 

Male voices. Words by A. J. Foxwell. 

Music by Laurent de Rille. Youngs- 
town, Ohio, D. O. Evans. [The D. O. 

Evans ed. no. 130.] 806 

Copyright bv D. O. Evans, Youngs- 

town/Ohio. 1898. no. 9652, Feb. 4. 2 

copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Diamond (The) cat patrol and cake walk. 

By Anita Comfort. Piano. St. Louis, 

Mo., The Shattinger piano and music 

co. 807 

Copyright by A. Comfort, St. Louis, 

Mo. 1898. no. 44150, July 23. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Did you ever seek Jesus? Words by 

George W. Cornelius. Music by Geo. 

M.Powell, [n.i.] 808 

Copyright bv G. W. Cornelius, Hemp- 

stead, L. I. 1898, no. 45207, July 29. 2 

copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 
Do you hear a song resounding? Words 

by E. E. Hewitt. Music by Jno. R. 

Sweeney, no. 58. [n.i.] 809 

Copyright bv Meyer & bro., Chicago. 

1898, no. 44451, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 

July 25, 1898. 
Dolly O'Day. Waltz song. By John 

Martin. Zickel bros.. Detroit. Mich. 

810 
Copyright by Zickel bros., Detroit, 



Mich. 1898. no. 45517, July 30. 



cop- 



ies rec'd July 30. 1898. 

Don't forget your old home far away. 
Words by J. G. Stetson. Music by A. 
Wain wright. '811 

Copyright bv Zickel bros.. Detroit, 
Mich/ 1898. no. 44916. July 27. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Drei kleine stimmungsbilder fiir har- 
monium. Komponiert von Eugen Gruel, 
op. 34. no. 1 G dur. Berlin, Carl 
Simon. 812 

Copyright by C. Simon. Berlin. Ger- 
many. 1898, no. 44251, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898.' 

Du bist wie eine blume. (E'en as a 
flower.) For violin and piano. By 
Georg Liebling. op. 29. Arranged 
by the composer and Louis H. Hillier. 
London. Forsyth bros. [Trois preludes 
d'apres Heine, no. 3.] 813 

Copyright bv Forsyth bros., London, 
England. 1898, no. 44616, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 



Enchanted (An) world. Song. Words 
by Clifton Bingham. Music by C. 
Francis Lloyd. Key of G. London, 
W. Morley & co. 814 

Copyright bv W. Morley & co., Lon- 
don, England. " 1898, no. 44946, July 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Enchantress (The). (Die Zauberin). Tone 
piece for piano. By Carl Heins. op. 
93. Revised and fingered by Albert 
W. Borst. Philadelphia, Hatch mu- 
sic co. 815 
Copyright bv Hatch music co.. Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 44772, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Erzahlung. Zehn kleine ciayierstiicke. 
Componirt von Percy Sherwood, op. 9. 
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. [Miniaturen. no. 
3.] 816 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig. 
Germany. 1898, no. 44240, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Es rauschen leis die blatter. (Wilhelm 
Cappilleri.) Dreistimmige frauen- 
chore. Componirt von Hermann Wen- 
zel. op. 179. no. 5. Leipzig, Fr. 
Portius. 817 

Copyright by Fr. Portius, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44235, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Es war eiumal. (Once upon a time.) 
Melodische uebungsstucke fiir das 
pianoforte. You Arnold Krug. op. 77. 
London, Augener & co. [Filigrana. 
no. 4.] 818 

Copyright by Augener & co., Lon- 
don, England. * 1898, no. 44624, July 26. 
2 copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Even-song. Words by E. D. Mund. Mu- 
sic by J. Wesley Hughes, [n. i.] 819 
Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1898. no. 40865, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Evening reverie. (Abendtrauinerei.) For 
piano. By Jos. Low. op. 329. no. 1. 
Revised and fingered by Jaroslaw De 
Zielinski. Philadelphia, Hatch mu- 
sic co. 820 
Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 44774, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Esley. Composed by Henry E. Moore. 
Novello & co., ltd., London, and No- 
vello, Ewer & co., New York. 821 

Copyright bv Henry E. Moore, En- 
gland. 1898, no. 45360, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Fall into line. Words by E. H. Shaftoe. 

Music by O. F. Pugh. no. 68, [n. i.] 822 

Copyright bv Meyer & bro., Chicago. 

1898. no. 44458', July 25. 2 copies rec'd 

July 25, 1898. 

Fantaisie, theme et variations. Pour le 
cornet a pistons, avec aceompagne- 
nient de piano on d'orchestre. Par 
Andre Wormser. Paris, E. Biardot. 

823 
Copyright by E. Biardot, Paris, 
France. 1898, no. 45149, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Flash the news along the line. Words 
by E. A. H. Music by Elisha A. Hoff- 
man, no. 67, [n. i.] 824 
Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 44457, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

For mother's sake, don't seek my name. 
Words and music by Paul B. Arm- 
strong. Howley, Haviland & co., 
New York. 825 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 45507, July 
30. 2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Freedom. Song. Words by Henry Ham- 
ilton. Music by Sidney Jones. Lon- 
don, Hopwood & Crew. 826 
Copyright by Hopwood & Crew, 
London. 1898/ no. 44223, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Frieden. Zehn kleine clavierstiicke. 
Componirt von Percy Sherwood, op. 
9. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. [Minia- 

turen. no. 10. J 827 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44247, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Frog (A) he lived in a pond. Song. 
Words by Harry Greenbank and Adrian 
Ross. Music by Sidney Jones. Lon- 
don, Hopwood & Crew. 828 
Copyright by Hopwood & Crew. 
London." 1898,' no. 44217, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Frohe 'botschaft. Zehn kleine clavier- 
stiicke. Componirt von Percy Sher- 
wood, op. 9. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. 
[Miniaturen. no. 7.] 829 
Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44244, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Fruhlings tanz. (Tom-tit dance.) ''Alle 
voglein sind schon da.'' Neuer ball- 
tauz. Erfunden von R. M. Crompton. 
Musik von Oscar Morley. Hameln. 

Hermann Oppenheimer. 830 

Copyright by Oppenheimer bios, 
London, England. 1898. no. 44980, July 
28. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Friihlingsniihe. (Frida Gumpinger.) 

Dreistimmige frauen-chore. Com- 
ponirt von Hermann Wenzel. op. 179. 
no. 4. Leipzig, Fr. Portias. 831 

Copyright by F. Fortius, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44234, July 25. '"2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Full of joy and gladness. Words by 
Ada Blenkhorn. Music by E. E. Meyer, 
no. 14, [n.i.] "832 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44450, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

Geheimniss. Zehn kleine clavierstiicke. 
Componirt von Percy Sherwood, op. 
9. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. [Minia- 
turen. no. 2.] 833 
Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44239, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Gertrude mazurka. For piano duet. By 
C.H.H. Booth, op. 15. Bookl. New 
York, Geo. Molineux. [Little pieces 
for little hands, no. 6.] 834 

Copyright by Geo. Molineux, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 45333, July 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Girl (The) of my heart. Song. Words 
by Harry Greenbank and Adrian Ross. 
Music by Sidney Jones. London, 
Hopwood & Crew. 835 

Copyright by Hopwood & Crew. 
London/ 1898,' no. 44219, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

[ Give Him the glory. Words and music 
by Elisha A. Hoffman, no. 3, [n. i.] 

836 
Copyright by Meyer & bro.. Chi- 
cago. " 1898. no. 44438, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

God is my salvation. Festival anthem. 
Composed by Chas. F. Bowes. Lon- 
don, Novello \ co., ltd. 837 
Copyright by Novello & co., ltd.. 
London, England. 1898, no, 15143, July 
29. 2 copies rec'd July 29, L898. 

Good-bye; I love thee still. Words hv 
W. V. Fowler. Music bv F. W. Gais- 
berg. Washington, lb C, W. P. 
Fowler. 8 S 

Copyright by W. P. Fowler. Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1898, no. 35203, June 8. 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

"Grant, we beseech Thee.*' Anthem. 
by Alfred K. Gaul. BostOU, Arthur 

P. Schmidt. I Lute. no. 1SS. | 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt. Boston. 
1898, uo.451 15.' Julv 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 29, L898. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Hark! the cry is ever sounding. Words 
bv Ada Blenkhorn. Music bv L. E. 
Jones, no. 48, [n. i.] 840 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 14447. July 25. 2 copies rec ; d 
July 25, 1898. 

He knoweth the way. Words by E. E. 
Hewitt. Music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
no. 139, [n. i.] 841 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44440, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

Hermann und Dorothea. Lyrische oper in 
drei aufziigen. Text nach Gothes epos 
von Karl Miiller-Rastatt. Musik von 
J. Urich. 842 

Copyright by A. Ahn, Cologne. 1898, 
no. 44977, July 28. 2 copies rec'd July 
28. 1898. 

Hero (The) of Manila bay. Song. Words 
and luusic by Tom J.Quigley. Chi- 
cago, Tom L. Diggens. 843 
Copyright by T. J. Quigley, Chicago. 
1898, no. 34528, June 4. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 

Holy anthems. Words by George W. 
Cornelius. Music by Chas. E. Furinan, 
[n.i.] 844 

Copyright by G. W. Cornelius, Hemp- 
stead, L. I. 1898, no. 45208, July 29. "2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

How firm a foundation. Words by 
George Keith. Music by Arthur W. 
Nelson, [n. i.] 845 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. " 1898, no. 40876. July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

How I love my Lu. By J. Stromberg. 
no. 475. [Musical chart arrangement.] 
[n.i.] 846 

Copyright bv Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix, Switzerland. 1898, no. 44797, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Hushed forever ! Song. Words by 
Edward Oxenford. Music by Xavier 
Staub. 847 

Copyright by Swan & co., London. 
1898, no. 45365, July 30. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

I can not love. Song. Words by Harry 
Greenbank and Adrian Ross/ Music 
by Sidney Jones. London, Hopwood 
& Crew. 848 

Copyright by Hopwood & Crew, 
London. 1898, no. 44218, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

I have found Him. Words by E. E. Hewitt. 
Music bv W. S. Nickle. no. 9, [n.i.] 

849 
Copyright bv Mever & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44445,\julv 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

I hear afar the rolling drum. Battle 
song of 1898. Bv E. S. Willcox. Peo- 
ria, HI., W. A. Willcox. 850 
Copvright by E. S. Willcox, Peoria, 
111. 189*. no. 44841, July 27. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1«98. 

I know a little maid. A lullaby. By 
Addie S. Collom, [n.i.] 

Copyright bv American musical ass'n, 
Chicago. 18^8. no. 44914, July 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

I lub you all de time. Coon song. 
Written by M. Burton. Composed by 
Roland Black. London, Egerton & 
co. 852 

Copvright by Egerton & co., London, 
England. 1898. no. 44617, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

I Avill arise. Anthem. By H. P. Danks, 
[n. i.] 853 

Copyright by E. S. L renz, Dayton 
Ohio. 1898, no. 40880, Ju y 7. 2 copie 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

I'll break up this jamboree. Coon song. 
Words by Al. Brown. Music by Sid. 
Perrin. " New York, M. Witmark &■ 
sons. 854 

Copvright bv M. Witmark &. sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 44680, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

I'll trust Him. Words by W. H. Gard- 
ner. Music by J. H. Tenney. no. 11, 
[n. i.] 855 

Copvright by Meyer & bro., Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no". 44448, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

I'll use my Gattlin gun on him. Words 
by Furber and Davis. Music by Plunk 
Henry, [n.i.] 856 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1898, no. 45083, July 28. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

I'm a mean coon when you rile me. 
Words and music by Emma Weston, 
[n.i.] 857 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1898, no. 45080, July 28. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

Imogene. A ballad. Words by F. W. 
Swann. Music by Anita C o m f o r t . 
St. Louis, Mo., Shattinger piano and 
music co. 858 

Copvright by Anita Comfort, St. 
Louis^Io. 1898, no. 44148, July 23. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

In autumn. Mixed voices. Secular. 
English version by Fred. W. Bancroft. 
Music by Ludwig Liebe. op. 184. no. 3. 
Boston/ Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
series, no. 83.] 859 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898. no. 45148, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 29, 1898. 

In the army of the Sunday school. 
Words bv E. E. Hewitt. Music by 
E. E. Meyer, no. 104, [n. i.] 860 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 44452, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

In the moonlight. Mixed voices. Secu- 
lar. English version by Fred. W. Ban- 
croft. Music by Ludwig Liebe. op. 184. 
no. 5. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 
[Octavo series, no. 85.] 861 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 45147. July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 29, 1898. 

It is a good thing to give thanks. 

Anthem. By H. P. Danks, [n. i.] 862 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. " 1898, no'. 40867, July 7. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25,1898. 

Jesus, loyer of my soul. (Gwilym Ga- 
ledffrwd.) Soprano solo. By Wm. 
Griffith. Accompaniment by D. O. 
Evans. Youngstown, Ohio, D. O. 
Evans. [D. O. Evans ed. no. 129.] 863 
Copyright bv D. O. Evans, Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 1898, no. 9655. Feb. 4. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Hymn anthem. Words by Charles 

Wesley. Music by T. Martin Towne, 
[n. i.] 864 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 40873, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Words by Charles Wesley. Music 

by C. F. Pugh. no. 173, [n. i.J 865 

Copyright by Mever & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44453,\july 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

Joys of life. March. Two-step. By 
Alfred Karger. Arranged by Walter 
Vreeland for 2 mandolins, guitar, and 
piano. Milwaukee, Kohliing sons' 
music co. 866 

Copyright by Eohlfing sons' music 
co., Milwaukee, Wis. 1898, no. 14156, 
July 23. 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Piano, four hands. Milwaukee, 

Rohlfing sons' music co. 867 

Copyright by Kohliing sons' musio 
co., Milwaukee, Wis. 1898, no. 41155, 
July 23. 2 copies rec'd July 25. 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

King Carnival march. By George Posey, 
no. 474. TMusical chart arrangement], 
[n.i.] 868 

Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste 
Croix, Switzerland. 1898, no. 44796, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Land (The) of twilight shadows. Song. 
Words by Clifton Bingham. Music by 
Bryceson Treharne. Key of D. Lon- 
don, W. Morley & co. 869 
Copyright by W. Morley & co., Lon- 
don, England. ' 1898, no. 44945, July 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Lawn festival. Song and dance. For 
banjo, mandolin, guitar, and piano. By 
J. H. Jennings. Providence. P. I., 
J.H.Jennings. 870 

Copyright by J. H. Jennings, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 1898, no. 45337, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Light (The) that shineth for all. Words 
bv F. A. Breck. Music by I. N. McHose. 
no. 7, [n.i.] 871 

Copyright bv Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no.44459,^July 25. 2 copies rec"d 
July 25, 1898. 

Linwood waltz. For piano duet. ByC. 
H. H. Booth, op. 15. Book 1. New 
York, Geo. Molineux. [Little pieces for 
little hands, no. 1.] 872 

Copyright by G. Molineux, New York. 
1898, no. 44895, July 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 29, 1898. 

Little (The) Cuban girl. Words by 1.. s. 
Nicholls. Music by C. Whitehead, 
[n.i.] M3 

Copyright by L. S. Nicholls and C. 
Whitehead, Brazil, Ind.. and Morgan 
Park, 111. 1898, no. 45407, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Loin du bal. By Gillet. Arranged by 
Win. O. Barnwell. For 1st and 2d 
mandolins, guitar, and piano. Trans- 
lated from original piano score into 
key of G. Atlanta. Ga., Wm, O. Barn- 
well. 871 
Copyright by W. O. Barnwell, At 
lanta, Ga. L898, no. 44436, July 25, 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898, 

Longing for spring. Two-part song for 
treble voices. By P. A. Schneoker. 
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
series, no. 07.] 875 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 45328, July 29, 2 copies rec'd 
July 28. 1898. 



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TUJes — Continued. 



Lost (The) pleiad. Song. Words by 
Harry Greenbank and Adrian Ross. 
Music by Sidney Jones. London, 

Hopwood & Crew. 876 

Copyright bv Hopwood & Crew. Lon- 
don . "1898, no' 44216. July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Lotosblume (Die). (The lotus flower.) 
In A minor. For violin and piano. By 
Georg Liebling. op. 29. Arranged by 
the composer and Louis H. Hillier. 
London, Forsyth bros. [Trois preludes 
d'apres Heine, no. 2.] 877 

Copyright by Forsyth bros., London, 
England. 1898, no. 41615, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Louis Quinze nienuet. Quatremorceaux 
rococo, composee par Georg Liebling. 
opus. 31. Piano. London, Forsyth 
bros. [Nouvelle suite, a la Watteau. 
no. 1.] 878 

Copyright by Forsvth bros., London, 
England. 1898, no. 45135, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Louisiana volunteers. Two-step. Com- 
posed bv Mrs. Alice Mackie Reeder. 

879 
Copyright by Mrs. A. M. Reeder. New 
Orleans. La. 1898, no. 44838. July 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Lovers (The). (Les Amourettes.) Valse 
elegante for the piano forte. By Fran- 
cois Behr. op. 190. Revised and fin- 
gered by Wilson G. Smith. Phila- 
delphia. Hatch music co. 880 
Copyright by Hatch Music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 44601, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Lover's (The) song. Words by Mrs. A. 
C. Judd. Music by E. L. Merrill and 
Wm. R. Flint. New Haven. Conn., 
C. M. Loomis' sons. 881 

Copyright by Mrs. A. C. Judd, U. S. 
1898. no. 44834. July. 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 

Lubly Sue. Words and music bv George 

R. Wilson, [n. i.] 882 

Copyright bv F. A. Mills. New York. 

1898, no. 45082. July 28. 2 copies rec'd 

July 28, 1898. 

Lullaby (A). Words by Lawrence Alma 
Tadema. Music bv Florence A. Mar- 
shall. Key of F. Edited by J. R. 
Courtenay Gale and C. T. Speer. " Lon- 
don, Weekes & co. [An English series 
of original songs, no. 25.] 883 

Copyright by Weekes & co.. London, 
England. 1898, no. 44976, July 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 



Madrilena. Fantaisie Espagnole. For 
the pianoforte. By Paul Wachs. Re- 
vised and fingered by Jaroslaw de 
Zielinski. Philadelphia, Hatch 
music co. 884 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 44600, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis. A setting 
in the key of F major for voices 
chiefly in unison. By Wilfred George 
Marshall. London. Novello & co., 

ltd. 885 

Copyright by W. G. Marshall. Eng- 
land. 1898, no. 45144, July 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Maiden's (The) song. For chorus of 
women's voices. From the German of 
E. Geibel. By Ernst Held. Music by 
W. Berwald. New York, G. Schir- 
mer. 886 

Copyright by G. Schirmer. New 
York/ 1898. no. 45509, July 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29. 1898. 



Major Robertson's march. By C. F. 
Toenniges. Band. Oskaloosa, Iowa, 
C. L. Barnhouse. 887 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse. Oska- 
loosa, Iowa, 1898, no. 42571, July 15. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Make me a clean heart. Anthem. By 

H.P.Danks, [n.i.] 888 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz. Dayton. 

Ohio. 1898, no. 10863, July 7. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Manila. Patriotic song and chorus. 
Words by Gervais Arnoult. Music by 
Henry Wehrmann. New Orleans, 

La., Henry Wehrmann. 889 

Copyright by Wehrmann & Arnoult. 
New Orleans, La, 1898, no. 44331, July 
25. 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Many a boy in blue feels blue ! and many 
a mother, too ! By Bert Morgan. 
Macomb, 111., Morgan music co. 890 
Copyright by B. Morgan, Macomb, 
111. 1898, no. 15EL2, Julv 30. 2 copies 
rec'd July 30, 1898. 

March of the Governor Grays. Com- 
posed by Jay V. Youmans. Platte- 
ville, Wis., J. V. Youmans. 891 

Copyright by J. V. Youmans, Platte- 
ville. Wis, 1898, no. 44320, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Marchen. Zehn kleine clavierstiicke. 
Componirt tod Percy Sherwood, op. 
9. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. [Miniatu- 

ren. no. 5.] 892 

Copyright bv Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44242, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Marion gavotte. For piano duet. By C. 
H. H. Booth, op. 15. Bookl. New 
York, Geo. Molineux. [Little pieces 
for little hands, no. 3.] 893 

Copyright by G. Molineux, New 
York/ 1898. no. 45330, July 29. 2 con- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Marquise de Pompadour. Gavotte. 
Quatre morceaux vococo, composee 
par Georg Liebling. opus 31. Lon- 
don, Forsvth bros. [Nouvelle suite, a 
la Watteau. no. 2.] 894 

Copyright by Forsvth bros., London, 
England. 1898, no. 45136, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Maypole dance. For piano duet. Bv C. 

. H. H. Booth, op. 15. Bookl. New 
York, Geo. Molineux. [Little pieces 
for little hands, no. 2.] 895 

Copyright by G. Molineux, New 
York. 1898, no. - 44896, July 27. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Mazurka in A flat. Pour piano. F. 
YVrede. op. 11. Edited by F. Meyer. 
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 896 

Copyright bv A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 44913, July 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 

Meadow (The) lark. Polka brillante. 
By J. O. Brockenshire. For solos, with 
band and piano accompaniment. 
Philadelphia, Harry Coleman. 897 

Copyright by H. Coleman, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no.'45311, July 29. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Men are fools that wish to die! Part 
song for soprano, alto, tenor, basso. 
Composed by C. H. Lloyd, [n. i.] 898 
Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
New York. 1898, no. 45361, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

"Merrimac" (The) march. Composed 
by Di Marshall. Piano. Baltimore, 
Geo. Willig & co. 899 

Copyright by G. Willig & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 44676, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Mignounette. Petite gavotte for the 
pianoforte. By Francois Behr. Re- 
vised and lingered by Wilson G. Smith. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 900 

Copyright bv 1 latch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 44602, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

4742— Vol. 16, jS t o. 4 3 



Titles — Continued. 

Military Mollie. Words by Maurice E. 
McLoughlin. Music by Max S. Witt. 
New York, Jos. W. Stern & co. 901 

Copyright by J. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 1898, no, 35219, June 8. 2 copies 
rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Modern woodman of America. March 
for piano and organ. Composed by 
Oliver F. Bilger. Oakland, Iowa, 
O. F. Bilger music co. 902 

Copyright by O. F. Bilger, Oakland, 
Iowa, 1893, no. 45199, July 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Mopsy Massy of Tallahassee. Plantation 
song and rag-time dance. Words by 
Willis Leonard Clanahan. Music by 
Anita Comfort. St. Louis, Mo., 
the Shattinger piano and music co. 

903 
Copyright by A. Comfort, St. Louis, 
Mo. 1898, no. 44149, July 23. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Mother's (i) prayer. Trio for women's 
voices. English version by Frederick 
W. Bancroft. Music by P. A. Schneck- 
er. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Oc- 
tavo series, no. 175.] 904 
Coj>yright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 45317, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

My dear little Irish colleen. Song and 
refrain. Poem by Edward O'Donnell. 
Music by Geo. T. Goldthwaite. Ne^v 
York, Hamilton S. Gordon. 905 

Copvright by H. S. Gordon. New 
York. " 1898, no.' 17871, Mar. 16. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

My grandfather's sword. Military march 
song. Words and music by Charles 
D. Bingham. Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 900 

Copyright by Howley. Haviland & 
co.. New York. ' 1898, no. 45359, July 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

My Honolulu lady. Coon conquest. 
Words and music by Lee Johnson. 
Sai^ Francisco, Cal.. Xcno Mauvais 
music co. 907 

Copyright by Zeno Mauvais music 
co., san Francisco, Cal. 1898, no. 45020, 
July 28. 2 copies rec'd Jul\ 26, 1898, 

National guard grand parade. Two-step. 
By Rudolf Carl. Orchestrated In c. 
B. H. Booth, [n. i.] 

Copyright by Geo, Molineux. New 
York.' lS9S.no". 15384, July 29. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29. 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Navy song. Words by Julia Larned. 
Music by Susan Weare Hubbard. 
Chicago, Susan Weare Hubbard. 909 
Copyright by S. W. Hubbard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no\ 44887, July 27. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Nearer, my God, to Thee. Hymn anthem. 

By F. B. Granuis, [u. i.] ' 910 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1898, 110. 10871. July 7. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Nothing but nerves. Song. Words by 
Harry Greenbank and Adrian Eoss. 
Music by Sidney Jones. London, 
Hopwood & Crew. 911 

Copyright by Hopwood & Crew, 
London. 1898, no. 11220, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25. 1898. 

O be joyful. Anthem. By M. L. McPhail, 

[n.i.] 912 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. " 1898. no. 10879, July 7. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

O come, let us sing. Anthem. By M. L. 

McPhail, [n. L] 913 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz. Dayton, 

Ohio. * 1898, no. 10861, July 7. ' 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

O, holy Father. By Marchetti. Harmo- 
nized for mixed voices by J. A. Parks, 
[n.i.J 911 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 10871, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

O star of the evening. Glee for soprano, 
alto, tenor, and basso. By Gwilym 
Gwent. Arranged, with accompani- 
ment, by D. O. Evans. Youngstown. 
Ohio, D\ O. Evans. [The D. O. Evans 
ed. no. 127.] 915 

Copyright by D. O. Eyans, Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 1898, no. 9656, Feb. 1. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Ocean breezes. By Yictor Herbert. Ar- 
ranged by Otto Langey. [Orchestra.] 
[n. i.] [Casino collection, no. 39.] 

916 
Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co. . New York. " 1898, no. 45122, July 30. 
2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

*Ok, ye wand'rers in the darkness. 
Words by Wm. K. Fisher. Music by 
Thos. O'Neill, [n.i.] 917 

Copyright by W. K. Fisher, Phila- 
delphia. 1898. no. 27862. May 3. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 3, 1898. 

Old Glory two-step. By J. A. Ver- 

lander, [n. L] 918 

Copyright by J. A. Verlander, New 

Orleans, La. 1898, no. 11328, July 25. 

2 copies rec'd July 25. 1898. 



Old (The) homestead. Two-step. By 
Lura .Tames Burke. Piano. St. Louis, 
Mo.. Shattinger piano and music co. 

919 
Copyright by L. J. Burke, United 
States. 1898. no. 41151. July 23. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Old (The), old story. Song. Words by 
Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave 
Kerker, [n. i.] 920 

Copyright bv T. B. Harms & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 45024, July 28. 2 
copies rec'd Ju]y 27, 1898. 

On the shore. Song and chorus. For 
medium voice. Words and music by 
Mrs. Gold Campman. Youngstown, 
Ohio, D. O. Evans. 921 

Copyright by Mrs. G. Campman, 
Sharon, Pa. 1898. no. 39264, June 28. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

One broad, united land. Nathaniel 
Childs. Philip Greely, [n. i.J 922 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 45511, July 30. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1898. 

One sweetly solemn thought. Trio for 
ladies' voices. BvH. Burkhard, [n. i.] 

923 
Cony right by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio? 1898, no. 40877, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Only believe in the promise. Words by 
J. B. Vaughan and E. E. Hewitt. Mu- 
sic by J. H. Tenney. no. 4, [n. i.] 924 
Copyright by Mever & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44460/ July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

*Only two. Words and music by Lucien 

G. Chaffin. 925 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

1898. no. 45806, Aug. 1. 2 copies rec'd 

July 14, 1898. 

Our American hero. March. For piano- 
forte. By A. D. Hubbard. 926 
Copyright by A. D. Hubbard, New 
York. 1898, no. 45084, July 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Our brave boys in blue. Words and mu- 
sic by Mrs. P. A. Williams. Arranged 
by C. H. Randall. 927 

Copyright by Mrs. P. A. Williams, 
New Orleans, La, 1898, no. 44839, July 
27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Our flag and motherland. C. E. S. 

Wood. Wm. Arms Fisher, [n. i.] 928 

Copyright by O. Ditson co., Boston. 

1898, no. 45515. July 30. 2 copies rec'd 

July 29, 1898.' 



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Titles — Continued, 



Our flying squadron. By W. M. Yan 
Ness. Topeka, Ivans., E. B. Guild. 

929 
Copyright by E. B. Guild, Topeka, 
Kans. 1898, no. 45401, July 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Our gallant volunteers. Military march. 

Piano. Eichard Goerdeler, [n. i.] 930 

Copyright by 0. Ditson co., Boston. 

1898. no. 45510, July 30. 2 copies rec'd 

July 29, 1898. 

Our heroes. March. Composed by Jos. 
A. Neumaver. Piano. Baltimore, 

Md., Geo. Willig & co. 931 

Copyright by G. Willig & co., Bal- 
timore, Md. ' 1898, no. 44434, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Our navv forever. Two-step. By Carl 
Bender. [Piano.] York. Pa., E. C. 
Bender. 932 

Copyright by E. C. Bender, York, 
Pa. 1898, no. 33260, May 28. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Our Yankee boys' hurrah. By Jane A. 

Byrne. For band, [n. i.] 933 

Copyright by J. A. Byrne, Chicago. 

1898, no. 43695, July 21. 2 copies rec'd 

July 25, 1898. 

Orchestra, [n. i.]. 934 

Copyright by J. A. Byrne, Chicago. 
1898, no. 43694, July 21. * 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

Song. Words and music by Jane 

A. Byrne. Chicago, Lyon & Healy. 

935 
Copyright by J. A. Byrne, Chicago. 
1898. no. 43693.* July 21. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

Pagode (Die). Charakteristische skizze. 
Fiir clas pianoforte. Componirt von 
Eichard Eilenberg. op. 212. Berlin, 
Eies & Erler. 936 

Copyright by Eies & Erler, Berlin, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44253, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Pansics. (That's for thoughts.) Words 
by Florence Hoare. Music by Joseph 
L. Eoeckel. no. 1 in D. London, 
Eobert Cocks & co. [Flower songs. 
no. 3.] 937 

Copyright by E. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don, England. * 1898, no. 44231, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

no. 2 in F. London, Eobert Cocks 

& co. [Flower songs, no. 3.] ©38 

Copyright by E. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don, England. " 1898. no. 44232, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



Pansies. (That's for thoughts.) Words 
by Florence Hoare. Music by Joseph 
L. Eoeckel. no. 3 in G. London, 
Eobert Cocks & co. [Flower songs, 
no. 3.] 939 

Copyright by E. Cocks & co., Lon- 
don, England . 1898, no. 44233, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Parting (The) kiss. (Giro Pinsuti.) Ar- 
ranged for women's voices by P. A. 
Scbnecker. Words by M. Deigh, [n. i.] 

940 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 45513, July 30. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Peasant serenade. (Musical nicknack.) 
For piano. By Angelo de Prosse. 
New York, Home music co. 941 

Copyright by A. de Prosse, New York. 
1898, no. 45411, July 30. 2 copies rec'd 
July 30, 1898. 

Pedantesque (La). Pour yiolon et piano. 
Par G. Saint-George. London, Fred- 
erick W. Chanot. 942 
Copyright by F. W. Chanot, London, 
England. 1898, no. 44623, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

* Pennsylvania state march. By Wm. E. 
Essington. Band, [n.i.] 943 

Copyright by Louis Kohlbecker and 
W. E. Essington, Milesburg, Pa. 1898, 
no. 37048, June 16. 2 copies rec'd June 
16, 1898. 

Pet (The) canary. For women's voices. 
Words by Addison F. Andrews. Music 
by P. A. Scbnecker. Boston, Arthur 
P. Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 168. ] 

944 
Copyright bv A. P. Schmidt. Boston. 
1898, no. 45315, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

Phantasii'Stiiek. Cmoll. Fiir harmonium 
und klavier. Komponiert von Carl 
Mahlberg. op. 41. Berlin. Carl Si- 
mon. 945 
Copyright by C, Simon, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 1898, no. 1 1249, July 25, 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25. 1898. 

Picture (A) that can never fade: or. 
Their last old days together. Words 
and music by Lura James Burke. 
St. Louis, Mo.'. Shat linger piano and 
music co. 946 

Copyright by 1.. ,1. Burke, U. S. L898, 
no. 14152, July 23. 2 copies reo'd July 
25, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Polnischer tanz. 4 m. Seis piezas para 
piano. De Karl Heuser. Valparaiso, 
Chile. Carlos Nieinever. [Recuerdos 
de Cliile. no. 1.] 947 

Copyright by K. Heuser, Cassel, Ger- 
many/ 1898, no. 45438, July 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Portuguese melody. Transcribed for 
violin and piano by Louis Mollen- 
hauer. New York, Edward Schu- 
berth & co. 948 

Copyright by E. Schuberth &, co., 
New York. 1898, no. 45421, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Praise the Lord. For mixed voices. By 
George A. Burdett. Boston, Arthur 
P. Schmidt. [Sacred octavo series, 
no. 425.] 949 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 45335, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Julv 29, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Prince and princess. Gavotte imperials. 
By Rudolph Aronson. [Piano.] New 
York, M. Witmark & sons. 955 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 44681, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 



March and two-step. 

Adolph Finkelstein. 

956 



Privateer (The). 
Composed by 
Piano, [n. L] 

Copyright by A. Finkelstein, New 
York. 1898, no^46L41, Aug. 3. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Puck. By Charles Gounod. Revised 
and fingered by Chas. P. Scott. Piano, 
4 hands. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 

957 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 44912, July 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27,1898. 

; Punchinello. Gavotte for violin, with 
pianoforte accompaniment. By A. 



march. By 

Philadelphia, 

950 

Philadelphia. 

2 copies rec'd 



President McKinley war 
Joseph Stott. Piano. 
Bijou music publishers. 

Copyright by J. Stott. 
1898, no. 26829, Apr. 29. ' 
July 27, 1898. 



Pride (The) of our army and navy. 
March. Composed by Jay V. Youmans. 
For piano. Platte ville, Wis., Jay V. 
Youmans. 951 

Copyright by J. V. Youmans, Platte- 
ville, Wis. 1898, no. 44321, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Primrose. Four-part song for women's 
voices. By A. W.Platte, op. 32. no. 2. 
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
series, no. 173.] 952 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 45321, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. ' 

Primrose (The). (Briallen y Gwanwyn.) 
Male voices. English words by J. 
Powell Jones. Music by E. J. Williams- 
Clegir. Youngstown, Ohio, D. O. 
Evans. [The D. O. Evans ed. no. 133.] 

953 
Copyright by D. O. Evans, Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 1898, no. 9653, Feb. 4. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Glee. s. a. t. b. Words by J. Pow- 
ell Jones. Music by J. PI. Morris. 
Youngstown, Ohio, D. O. Evans. [The 
D. O. Evans ed. no. 131.] 954 
Copyright by D. O. Evans, Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 1898, no. 9654, Feb. 4. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



Moffat. 



London, Auaener & co. 958 



Copyright by Augener & co., Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 44625, July 26. 
2 copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

I Rejoice, O ye righteous! Festival an- 
them. By ReinboldL. Herman. Mixed 
voices. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 
[Sacred octavo series, no. 424.] 959 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 45323, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

Rejoice, rejoice! Words by Ada Blenk- 
horn. Music by L. E. Jones, no. 90, 
[n.i.] 960 

Copyright by Meyer &bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44446. July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

* Rejoice, the Lord is King! By G. Ed- 
ward Stubbs, [n. i.] 961 
Copyright by G. E. Stubbs. 1898, no. 
25296. Apr. 21. 2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 

1898. ' 

Remember the "Maine." Battle hymn. 
Words and music by Ivy Wandesforde- 
Kersey . New York," Broder & Schlam. 

962 
Copyright by I. Wanclesforde-Kersey, 
Haywards, Colo. 1898, no. 44898, July 
27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

A battle song. Words by Willis 

Leonard Clanahan. Music by Anita 
Comfort. St. Louis, Mo., The Shat- 
tlnger piano and music co. 963 

Copyright by A. Comfort, St. Louis, 
Mo. 1898, no. 44153, July 23. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Bemembrance. Waltz. 
Lowthiau. [Piano.] 
Cramer & eo.. ltd. 



By Caroline 

London, J. B. 

964 



Copyright bv J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 1898, no. 45210, July 29. 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Repentance. Molto moderato. Ch. Gou- 
nod. Arranged for quartet by P. A. 
Schnecker, [n. i.] 965 

Copyright by Oliyer Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 15512, July 30. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Eepose. By Charles Gounod. Revised 
and fingered by Chas. P. Scott. Piano, 

1 hands. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 

966 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 11910, July 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 

Reve. (Traum.) Par A. d'Ambrosio. 
Pour instruments a cordes. Partition 
et parties. Nice, Paul Decourcelle. 

967 
Copyright by Paul Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 1898, no. 45150, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Rhapsodie fur dote und pianoforte. 
Componirt yon Josef Rheinberger. 
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. 968 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44237, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Rolla waltzes. By Jackson Gouraud. 

[Piano.] Howley, Haviland & co., 

New York. 969 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1898, no. 45508, July 30. 

2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Romance Armenienne. Armenienne song. 
By Ivanovim. no. 424. [Musical chart 
arrangement.] [n. i.] 970 

Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix, Switzerland. 1898, no. 44791, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Russalka (Die). (Die wasserfee.) Le- 
gende. Dichtung von A. Puschkin. 
Fur solostimmen, chor, und orchester. 
Componirt von Oscar Straus, op. 36. j 
[Ed., piano accompaniment.] 971 \ 

Copyright by Ries & Erler, Berlin, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44254, July 25. - r 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Safe in Jehovah's keeping. By R. Ander 

son and Geo. C. Stebbins. 972 

Copyright by Biglow & Main co., 

New York. 1898, no. 47386, Aug. 10. 2 

copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

Santiago two-step. By Theo. H. North- 

rup. Piano, [n. i.] ' 973 

Copyright by American musical 

ass'n, Chicago. 1898, no. 44915, July 27. 

2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Scale studies. Tonleiter studien. Scales 
within one position for the violin. By 
Henry Schradieck. English version 
by F. W. B. Boston, Arthur P. 

Schmidt. [Collection Litolif. no. 
3010.] 974 

Copyright bv A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 45322, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

Secret d'amour. (Causeriedanslesbois.) 
Quatre morceaux rococo. Compose© 
par Georg Liebling. op. 31. Piano. 
London, Forsyth bros. [Nouvelle suite 
a la Watteau. no. 3.] 975 

Copyright by Forsyth bros., London, 
Englaud. 1898, no. 45137, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Seelenfrieden. (Heinrich A. Wogatsch.) 
Dreistimmige frauen-chore. Componirt 
von Hermann Wenzel. op. 179, no. 6. 
Leipzig, Fr. Portius. 976 

Copyright by Fr. Portius, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 14263, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Shine on! Johnson. March. Two-step. 
For band. ByEphraim. Baltimore, 
P. J. Lammers. 977 

Coimlght by P. J. Lammers, Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 44889, July 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Silver dale waltz. For piano duet. By 
C. H. H. Booth, op. 15, book 1. New 
York, Geo. Molineux. [Little pieces 
for little hands, no. L] 978 

Copyright by G. Molineux. New York. 
1898, no. 4533L July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 29, 1898. 

Sing, O heavens. Anthem. By 1.. O. 
Emerson, [n. i.] 979 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 



Ohio. 1898, no. 10872, July 7 



copies 



rec'd July 25, L898, 

Skies (The) of Erin. Song. Words by 
W.Alexander Craig. Music by Annie 
YV. Patterson. London. Patey A 

\Villis. " 980 

Copyright by Patey & Willis,Lon- 
don. England. ' L898,no. 15151, July 29. 
2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Soldier's (The) farewell. Song, Words 
and music by 11. George Schuette, 
Milwaukee, Wis., Joseph Planner. 981 
Copyright by H. G, Sohuette, Mani- 
towoc, Wis. L898, no. 88167, June 22. 
2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898, 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Song (A) of love. Song. Words by 

Harry Greenbank and Adrian Eoss. 

Music by Sidney Jones. London, 

Hop wood &. Crew. 982 

Copyright by Hopwood & Crew, 

London. 1898, no. 44221, July 25. 2 

copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Song (The) of my soul. Words by E. E. 

Latta, Music by F. S. Shepard. no. 

109, [n.i.] 983 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 

1898, no. 44455," J nly 25. 2 copies rec'd 

July 25, 1898. 
Sophie Wright two-step. By Miss Har- 
riet Yenables, [u. i.] 984 
Copyright by Miss H. Yenables, New 

Orleans, La. 1898, no. 44327, July 25. 

2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Spring calls to the flowers. Words by 

George Whyte. Music by G. Villa. 

In B flat. London, Forsyth bros. 985 
Copyright by Forsyth bros., London, 

England." 1898, no. 44613, July 26. 2 

copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 
Staccato-etude. For the piano. By 

Fritz Spindler. op. 221. Bevised and 

fingered, by F. Meyer. Boston, Ar- 
thur P. Schmidt. 986 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 

1898. no. 44907, July 27. 2 copies rec'd 

July 27,1898. 
Summer's farewell. For mixed voices. 

Secular. English version by Fred. W. 

Bancroft. Music by Ludwig Liebe. 

op. 184. no. 2. Boston, Arthur P. 

Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 82.] 987 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 

1898, no. 45146, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 

July 29, 1898. 
Supplication. (Bitte.) (Entreaty.) 

Pour violoncelle, avecacconipagnenient 

d'orckestre on de piano. Par A. Piatti. 

Edition pour violoncelle et piano. 

Leipzig, Max Brockhaus. 988 

Copyright by M. Brockhaus, Leipzig, 

Germany. 1898, no. 44264, July 25. 2 

copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Sweetest (De) little chocolate drop in 

town. Words by Harry Collins. Mu- 
sic by Morris May, [n. i.] 989 
Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1898. no. 45081. July 28. 2 copies rec'd 

July 28, 1898. 

Sylvan scene. By Charles Gounod. Ee- 
vised and fingered by Chas. P. Scott. 
Piano, 4 hands. Boston, Arthur P. 
Schmidt. 990 

Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 



1898, no. 44911, July 
July 27, 1898. 



2 copies rec'd 



Tanz-rondo. Easy composition for pi- 
ano. By A. Biehl. op. 131. no. 1. 
Edited by F. Meyer. Boston, Arthur 
P. Schmidt. [Leaves and blossoms.] 

991 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 44909, July 27. 2 copies rec'd 
July 27, 1898. 

Tarantelle. Zehn kleine clavierstucke. 
Componirt von Percy Sherwood, op. 
9. Leipzig, Fr. Eistner. [Miniatu- 
ren. no. 9.] 992 

Copyright by F. Eistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44246, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

There's glory in the sky. Words by Ed- 
ward Craig. Music by Alfred Alexan- 
der. New York, A. A. Tarbeaux. 993 
Copyright by A. A. Tarbeaux, New 
York. " 1898, no". 44329, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

They wondered why. Song. Words by 
Arthur Chapman. Music by J. M. 
Capel. London, Boosey & co. 994 
Copyright by Boosey & co , London, 
England. 1898, no. 44979, July 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Thou feddest Thine own people. Anthem. 
For mixed voices and organ. By A. H. 
Messiter. New York, G. Schirmer. 
[Octavo church music, no. 890.] 995 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 44461," July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

To know that He knows. Words by F. A. 
Breck. Music by C. E. Eoch. no. 24, 
[n.i.] 996 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44443, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

To prayer, to prayer! Evening song. 

By L . O . E nierson, [n.i.] 997 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1898. no. 40869, July 7. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Morning song. By L. O. Emerson, 

[n.i.] 998 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. " 1898, no. 40868, July 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Triibe stunde. Zehn kleine clavierstucke. 
Componirt von Percy Sherwood, op. 9. 
Leipzig, Fr. Eistner." [Miniaturen. no. 
6.] 999 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44243, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Uncle Sam. March. By C. W. Dalbey. 
Orchestra. Chicago. Dalbey music 
co. 1000 

Copyright by Dalbey music co., Chi- 
cago. ' 1898. no.' 41891. July 27. 2 copies 
rec'd July 27, 1898. 

United hearts. Trio for women's yoices. 
English yersion by Fred. W. Bancroft. 
Music by Franz Bendel. Arranged by 
Frank Lynes. Boston. Arthur P. 
Schmidt. [Octayo series, no. 177.] 

1001 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 15320, July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

Up! quit thy bower. Two-part song. 
Words by Joanna Baillie. Music by 
P. A. Schnecker. Boston. Arthur P. 
Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 66.] 1002 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1*98, no. 45321,' July 29. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. 

Talse gracieuse, en la majeur. Pour 
piano. Composee par Alfred Holtz. 
op. 26. Berlin, Carl Simon. 1003 

Copyright by C.Simon, Berlin. Ger- 
many. 1898, no. 44248, July 25. 2 conies 
rec'd' July 25, 1898. 

Tieille marche Bernoise. Old Bernese 
march, no. 425. [Musical chart ar- 
rangement.] [n. i.] 1004 
Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste 
Croix, Switzerland. 1898, no. 44792, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Voice (The) of Jesus. Solo and quartet 
for mixed yoices. Edward Clark, C. T. 
Sutcliffe. Arranged by J. C. Macy, 
[n.i.] 1005 

Copyright by OliyerDitson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898. no. 45514, July 30. 2 copies 
rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Voice (The) of thanksgiving. Words 
by E. E. Hewitt. Music by Geo. W. 
Stockton, no. 203, [n.i.] 1006 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 44444, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

Waltz sentimental. Composed by Hen- 
rich M. Gunnersen. op. 4. [Piano.] 
Schmidt & Squyer, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1007 
Copyright by Honrich M. Gunnersen, 
Milwaukee, Wis. 1898. no. 45016, July 
28. 2 copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Walzer. Zehn kleine clavierstucke. 
Componirt von Percy Sherwood, no. 
9. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. [Miniaturen. 
no.4.] 1008 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898, no. 44241, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



War (The) of ninety-eight. Words by 
J. J. Cullen. Music by E. E. Donahue. 
Arrauged by T. P. Lynch. Sorners- 
worth, N. IL. E. E. Donahue. 1009 

Copyright by E. E. Donahue, Somers- 
worth, N. H. * 1898, no. 44837, July 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

We are ready. March. By Alfred Sol- 
man. For band. Chicago, Lyon & 
Healy. 1010 

Copyright by Lyon & Healy. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 43696, July 21. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Weim ich in deine augen seh'. (When 
into thy dear eyes I gaze.) For violin 
and piano. By Georg Liebling. op. 
29. Arranged by the composer and 
Louis H. Hillier. London, Forsyth 
bros. [Trois preludes d'apres Heine, 
no. 1.] 1011 

Copyright by Forsyth bros.. London. 
England. 1898. no. 4461.4, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

We'll toil for the Master. Words by Ada 
Blenkhorn. Music by L. E. Jones, no. 
12, [n.i.] 1012 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 44454. July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

What Samuel can do. A new national 
song. AYords by George W. Cornelius. 
Music by Geo. M. Powell, [n. i.] 1013 
Copyright bv G. W. Cornelius. Hemp- 
stead, L. 1. 1898. no. 45206, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

When April goes a-Avooing. Song. Words 
by Clifton Bingham. Music by Felix 
Corbett. no. 2 in G. London. ,1. B. 
Cramer & co., ltd. 1014 

Copyright bv J. B. Cramer & co.. ltd.. 
London/ 1898, no. 15209, July 29. 2 
copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

When Dewey took Manila bay. Words 
and music by Carrie Yollmar. St. 
Louis, Mo.. Carrie Yollmar. 1015 

Copyright by C. Vollmar, St. Louis, 
Mo. 1898, no. 45022, July 28. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25. 1898. 

When 1 return we'll be wed. Descriptive 
song. Words by Stewart M. Washburn. 
Music 1>\ Sadie Koninsky, I5v. x 
^\ .. V.dw . M. Koninsky vV, bros. 1016 

Copyright by E. M. Koninsky a 
bros.. Troy. N.I, L898, no. 30971, May 
IS. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



When the winds blow in Kansas. Gav- 
otte, for guitar solo. Composed and 
arranged by Jesse J. Hamilton. Mad- 
ison, Kans., Jesse J. Hamilton. 1017 
Copyright bv J. J. Hamilton, Mad- 
ison, Kans. 1898, no. 45017, July 28. 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Who dat say chicken in dis crowd ? Coon 
song. Words by Paul Lawrence Dun- 
bar. Music bv Will Marion. New 
York, M. Witniark & sons. 1018 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 11679, July 26. 2 
copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Who is God but tbe Lord? Anthem. By 

H.P. Danks. [n.i.] 1019 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. ' 1898. no'. 10870, July 7. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Whom unseen we love. Hymn aothem. 
Words by Pay Palmer. Music by Jane 
Bingham Abbott. Chicago, Clayton 
F. Summy co. 1020 

Copyright by C. F. Summy co.. Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 11888, July 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Who's at the helm? Words and music 

by A. J. Showalter. no. 137, [n. i.] 1021 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 

1898, no. 14119, July 25. 2 copies rec'd 

July 25, 1898. 

Whose I am. Trio for women's voices. 
Words by Frances Havergal. Music by 
P. A. Schnecher Boston, Arthur P. 
Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 169.] 

1022 
Copyright by A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 
1898, no. 45325, July 29. 2 copies 
rec'd Julv 28. 1898. 



Wiegenlied. Zehn kleine clavierstiicke. 
Componirt von Percy Sherwood, op. 9. 
Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. [Miniaturen. 
no. 1.] 1023 

Copyright by Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 
Germany. 1898. no. 44238, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

* Wonderful (The) story. Words by Wm. 
K. Fisher. Music by Thos. O'Neill, 
[n. i.] 1024 

Copyright by Wm. K. Fisher, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 27863, May 3. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 3, 1898. 

Yankee Dewey. AYords by Will J. White. 
Music adapted. San Francisco, John 
P. Broder. ' 1025 

Copyright by J. P. Broder. San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 1898, no. 14897, July 27. 2 
copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Yankee grit. March for pianoforte. By 
A. Schueler. Containing the song "We 
are Americans." Words by W. C. Blood, 
[n.i.] 1026 

Copyright by A. Schueler, New York. 
1898. no. 33273", May 28. 2 copies rec'd 
July 25, 1898. 

You'ye done cooked your goose with me. 
Words by Al. Brown. Music by Eddie 
James, [n.i.] 1027 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1898, no. 15079* July 28. 2 copies rec'd 
July 28, 1898. ' 

Yum Yum. Japanese marche grotesque. 
For piano. By Ivan Tckakoff. Lon- 
don, W. Morley & co. 1028 
Copyright by W. Morley & co., Lon- 
don, England. 1898, no. 41947, July 27. 



copies i 



ec'd July 27, 1898. 



V. AIAPS A1STD CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by tbe subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end o 

Catalogue.) 



Alta Yista, Iowa. Insurance map. 118 
Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 44463, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Andover, Allegany county, N. Y. June, 

1898. 119 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd, New York. 1898, no. 14682. 

July 26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 



Battle Creek, Iowa. Insurance map. 120 
Copyright bv H. Bennett, Cedar 
Eapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 44464, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Brewton, Escambia county, Ala. June, 

1898. ' 121 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 44C83, 

July 26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 



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Title* — Continued. 

Buell*s map of part of California, show- 
ing the mother-lode mineral belt, with 
railroad and stage-line connections to 
the city of Stockton. 122 

Copyright by P. A. Buell, Stockton, 
Cal. 1898. no.' 10095, Feb. 7. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 



Danbury, Iowa. Insurance map. 



123 



Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 44465, July 25. 



2 copies rec'd July 25, 

Dover, Kingfisher county, Okla. May, 

1898. 124 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 45085, 

July 28. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Duval county, Fla. Second ed. 1898. 

125 
Copyright by John F. Le Baron ; 
Jacksonville, Fla. 1898, no. 34244, June 
3. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Electric railway system (Map of). T. 

M. E. R. & L. co. 126 

Copyright by J. I. Beggs, Milwaukee, 

Wis. 1898, no.*39403, June 29. 2 copies 

rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Farragut, Iowa. Insurance map. 127 
Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 44466, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Fresno, Cal. Insurance map. 128 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 42126, 
July 13. 2 copies rec'd July 13, 1898. 

Garden Grove, Iowa. Insurance map. 

129 
Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 44467, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25., 1898. 

Homer, Cortland county, N. Y. June, 

1898. 130 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. U98, no. 45086, 

June 28. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

International date line, with explana- 
tions where and how it was established. 

131 
Copyright by Conrad Renter, Hen- 
derson, Ky. 1898, no. 30976, May 18. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Kellerton, Iowa. [Insurance map]. 132 

Copyright by 11. Bennett, Cedar Rap- 
ids, Iowa. 1898, no. 44468, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd .July 25, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lakeview, Lake county, Oreg. July, 

1898. 133 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43698, 

July 21. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Lamoni, Iowa. [Insurance map]. 134 
Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar Rap- 
ids, Iowa. 1898, no. 44469, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Lansing, Ingham county, Mich. [Insur- 
ance map of.] June, 1898. 135 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 44924, 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Leavenworth county, Kans., 1898. 136 
Copyright by Add Humiius, Leaven- 
worth, Kans. ' 1898, no. 30298, May 16. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Leetonia, Columbia county, Ohio. June, 

1898. 137 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 45087, 

July 28. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Lehi City, Utah county, Utah. July, 

1898. 138 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 43697, 

July 21. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Lucas, Iowa. [Insurance map.] 139 

Copyright bv H. Bennett, Cedar Rap- 
ids, Iowa. 1898, no. 44470, July 25. 2 

copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

McComb City, Pike county. Miss. June, 

1898. 110 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898. no. 45088, 

July 28. 2 copies rec'd July 28, L898. 

Mannsville, Jefferson county, X.Y. June. 
1898. 1 1 1 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 148* 
July 27. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 

Monterey county, Cal., official map. 1S9S. 

112 
Copyright by Lou Gr. Hare. Salinas. 
Cal. 1898, no. 38347, June 23. - cop- 
ies rec'd July 28. 1898. 

Moravia. Iowa, insurance map. 143 

Copyright by 11. Bennett, Cedar Rap- 
ids, [owa. 1898, no. 14471, July 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Murray, Iowa, insurance map. ill 

Copyright bj 11. Bennett, Cedar Bap- 
ids, fowa. 1898, no. 14472, Julj . 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898, 



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Titles — Continued. 

Port Washington, Ozaukee county, Wis. 

June. 1898. 145 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 45089. 

July 28. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Eaud, McNally & co.'s indexed county 
and township pocket map and shippers' 
guide of Vermont. 146 

Copyright by Rand. McNally & co.. 
Chicago. 1898, no. 15891, Mar. 7. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Riverton, Iowa, insurance map. 147 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar Rap- 
• ids, Iowa, 1898, no. 44473, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Rochester, N. Y. (Map of). 148 

Copyright by Drew Allis co., Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 1898, no. 41382, July 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Russell, Iowa, insurance map. 149 

Copyright bv H. Bennett, Cedar Rap- , 
ids, Iowa. 1898, no. 44474, July 25. 2* 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

"St. Louis. (Fire insurance map.) v. 7. 

150 
Copyright by Alphonso Whipple, St. 
Louis,' Mo. 1897. no. 3988, Jan. 9. 2 
copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 

Watonwan county (Map of), Minnesota. 

151 
Copyright bv E. Frank Peterson, 
Vermilion. S. Dak. 1898. no. 37689. 
June 20. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Woodbine, Iowa, insurance map. 152 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar Rap- 
ids. Iowa, 1898. no. 44475, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



VI. E]NTGKRAVI!Nr<3-S, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Afternoon (The) of July 3. Worn out by 
three days of fierce fighting. 287 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. * 1898, no.' 44482, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Another party heard from. 288 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44684. July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Assize (The) of Troyes. 289 

Copyright by Geo. Barrie & son, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 44260, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

At Coney Island. 290 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, Xew York. 1898, no. 44688, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27. 

At Siboney. 291 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett. New 
York. 1898, no. 44493, July 25. 2 con- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

At the chateau of Cincp-Cygne. 292 

Copyright by Geo. Barrie & son. Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 44257, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Broke into cheers when Maj. John A. 
Logan announced the fleet's destruc- 
tion. 293 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 44498, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25. 1898. 



* Brooks (Caroline Shawk). 294 

Copyright by Guerin (F. W.), St. 
Louis, Mo. 1898. no. 43719, July 21. 2 
copies rec'd July 21, 1898. 

Brought in the prisoners under guard. 

295 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no" 44488, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Carried wounded comrades to the rear. 

296 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 44483, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Carted the wounded to Siboney. 297 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. * 1898, no". 44485. July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



Chums. 



298 



Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. * 1898, no. 41512, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Coming. 299 

Copyright by C. Klackner. New York. 
1898, no. 14621", July 26. 2 copies rec'd 
July 26, 1898. 

D. B.sack. (6.) Stein-Bloch autumn and 
winter. 1898-99. 300 

Copyright by Stein-Bloch co., New 
York. * 1898, no. 45541, July 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 30, 1898. 



277 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Defiant (A) patriot. 301 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44091, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Diagram showing the movements of all 
the vessels in the naval battle of San- 
tiago. 302 
Copvright by J. G. Bennett. New 
York/ 1898, no.' 41506, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Digging entrenchments. 303 

Copvright by J. G. Bennett. New 
York. 1898, no. 44479, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Dress suit. (3.) Stein-Bloch autumn and 
winter. 1898-99. 304 

Copyright by Stein Bloch co., New 
York. 1898, no. 45538, July 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Egyptian design. 305 

Copvright bv Ault & Wiborg co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 45211, July 
29. 2 copies rec'd July 29, 1898. 

Famous (The) block house. 306 

Copvright bv J. G. Bennett, New 
York. " 1898, no.' 44480, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

First landing of American troops in Porto 

Rico. Feature cut 31. 1898. 307 

Copvright bv American press ass'n, 

New York. 1898, no. 44476, July 25. 2 

copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Fly (The) in the ointment. 308 

Copyright by Keppler & Sehwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898. no. 44700, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Frock suit (5). Stein-Bloch. Autumn 
and winter. 1898-99. 309 

Copyright by Stein-Bloch co., New 
York". 1898, no. 45540. Julv 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

From Santiago, returning with the second 
flag of truce. 310 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 44495, Julv 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Gray toilet, with embroidery. 311 

Copvright by S. M. Baldwin, New 
York.' 1898, no". 42580, July 15. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Grimes's battery soon got the range. 312 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett. New 

York. 1898, no. 44490, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Grimes's guns pointing toward Santiago. 

313 
Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no.' 44486, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Harbor of Ponce. 314 

Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, New 
York. * 1898, no." 44503, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

He can't catch it. 315 

Copyright by Arkeil pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 44511. Julv 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

His course. 316 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44685, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Hoisted the flag of truce on San Juan hill. 
Herald dispatch, July 3. 71st regiment, 
U. S.V.. intrenched on edge of hill. 317 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 44491. Julv 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Hospital (The) camp at Siboney. 318 

Copvright by J. G. Bennett. New 
York. * 1898, no. 44491. Julv 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

How she knew. 319 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44693, Julv 
23. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Insurgent (An). 320 

Copvright by J. G. Bennett. New 
York. * 1898. no. 44496. Jul v 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Irreverent. 321 

Copvright bv Keppler A. Schwarz- 
man, New York. 1898. no. 11699. .Inly 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27. 1898. 

It was heavy work for artillery through 

the Cuban mire. 322 

Copyright bv J. Gr. Bennett, New 

York. ' 1898. no. 44481, Julv 25. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25. 1898. 

Judge's puzzle pictures. 16tb contest. 

Series 2. 323 

Copyright by Arkeil pnb. CO., New 

York. ' 1898. no." 44514, J illy 25. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25. 1898. 

Lass (The) that loved a sailor. 324 

Copyright by Lite pub. oo., New 

York. ' 1898. no. 45533, J ulv 30. 2 copies 

rec'd Julv 30. 1898. 



278 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lay in the tall grass picking off the vil- 
lainous Spanish sharpshooters, con- 
cealed in trees. 325 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. " 1898, no. 44497, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Lesson (A) in forgetfulness, and why 
Jayson teaches that lesson no longer. 

326 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44705, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Lukewarm. 327 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44703, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Meeting (The) of Gens. Sh after and 
Toral at the capitulation of Santiago. 

328 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. * 1898, no. 45531, July 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Midnight (The) mass. 329 

Copyright by Geo. Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 44256, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Mile. De Cinq-Cygne to Napoleon. 330 
Copyright by Geo. Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1898. no. 44255, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

No board for her. 331 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44686, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Objection (An). 332 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann/Xew York. 1898, no. 44698, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

On San Juan hill, second day. 333 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 

York. 1898, no. 44478, July 25. 2 

copies rec'd July 25, 



On the road to Troyes. 334 

Copyright by Geo. Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia, 1898, no. 44262, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Overcoat. (1.) Stein-Bloch. Autumn- 
winter. 1898-99. 335 
Copyright by Stein-Bloch co., New 
York. 1898, no. 45536, July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

(2.) Stein-Bloch. Autumn and 

winter. 1898-99. 336 

Copyright by Stein-Bloch co., New 
York. 1898, no. 45537. July 30. 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Passion (A) in the desert. 337 

Copyright bv Geo. Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1898. no. 44259, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Pavilion (The) of Cinq-Cygne. 338 

Copyright by Geo. Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. *1898, no. 44261, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Perfectly safe. 339 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 44513, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Playing hooky. 340 

Copyright by Osborne co., Red Oak, 
Iowa. 1898, no. 44161, July 23. 2 copies 
rec'd .Inly 23,1898. 

Pyle cock. 341 

Copyright by Reliable incubator and 

brooder co., Quincy, 111. 1898, no. 

44644, Julv 26. 2 copies rec'd July 26, 

1898. 

Question. 342 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44690. July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Quickly telephoned the news to Shaffer 

from "the field. 343 

Copyright bv J. G. Bennett, New 

York. 1898, no. 44500. July 25. 2 copies 

rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Recamier (Madam). 344 

Copyright by C. Klackner, New York. 
1898. no. 44622, July 26. 2 copies rec'd 
July 26, 1898. 

Reflected (A) arrangement. 345 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1898, no. 44687, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Required an escort, 346 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44694, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Result (The). 347 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44695, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Sack suit (4). Stein-Bloch. Autumn and 
winter, 1898-99. 348 

Copyright by Stein-Bloch co., New 
York. 1898, no. 45539, July 30. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

San Juan hill, first day. 349 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898. no. 44477, Julv 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 



279 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



350 



Sandal- wood (The) box. 

Copyright by Geo. Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 44258, July 25. 
2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Santiago, from the trenches of the Sev- 
enth infantry. 351 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. " 1898, no. 45530, July 30. 2 copies 
rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Santiago in picture. Colonel Dorst con- 
ferring with the foreign consuls. 352 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. * 1898, no! 44501, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Second (The) infantry, on the left wing, 
settled expectant in their bomb-proof 
trenches. 353 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. * 1898, no. 44484, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Seventy- first (The) regiment marched to 
its appointed post. July 1. 354 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 44489, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Significant. 355 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44704, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Spanish-American (A) war scene. 356 

Copyright by World's dispensary 

medical ass'n, Buffalo, N. Y. 1898, no. 

44335, July 25. 2 copies rec'd July 25, 

1898. 

Staving it off. 357 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44689, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Street in Ponce leading to the harbor. 

358 
Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no'. 44502, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Tempora mutantur. 359 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,"New York. 1898, no. 41702, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Ten-stamp battery. (Two independent 

cam shafts.) 360 

Copyright by Union iron works. San 

Francisco, Cal. 1898, no. 44333, July 25. 

2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

They seized the railroad, and manned it 
with troops. 361 

Copyright by J. G: Bennett, New 
York. * 1898, no. 44492, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Those fearful rains made the trail heavy 
for the wounded. 362 

Copyright by J. G. Bennett, New 
York. 1898, no. 44499, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Trifle (A) embarrassed. 363 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44696, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Viewing dress parade. 361 

Copyright by T. H. Payne & co., 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 1898^, no. 44336, 
July 25. 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Wall (A) street term. Buying for a rise. 

365 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 44692, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

Webster (Daniel). 366 

Copyright by E. T. Houghton, San 
Francisco, Cal. 1898, no. 44643, July 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 26, 1898. 

Western (A) opinion. 367 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,' New York. 1898. no. 44697, J uly 
26. 2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 

What he wanted. 368 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
inann/New York. 1898, no. 44701, ,1 uly 
26. 2 copies rec'd J uly 27, 1898. 

Yauco, where troops would take train 
for Ponce. 369 

Copyright by J. (J. Bennett, Ne^ 
York. * 1898, no. 44505, July 25. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 25. 1898. 

16th (The) infantry crossing a swollen 
stream near the Bloody bend. 370 

Copyrighl by J. c<. Bennett, Ne\i 
York.' L898, no. 45090, July 28. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 28. L898 



280 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS, 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue. 






Titles. 

Apple pie A. B. C. 61 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no". 44517, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25. 1898. 
Carlo's capers. 62 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 44525, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

* Chare computation. 63 

Copyright by Eodwick (E. C), San 
Jose. Cal. 1898.no. 16838% March 12. 
2 copies rec'd May 17. 1898. 

* Chart hexagon. 64 

Copyright by E. C. Eodwick, San 
Jose, Cal. 1898, no. 16837 *, March 12. 
2 copies rec'd May 17, 1898. 

* Crucifix (The). 65 

Copyright by Brown pub. co., Youngs- 
town, 'Ohio. 1898. no. 36717, June 15. 
2 copies rec'd July 11, 1898. 
Good (A) shot. 66 

Copyright by Joseph E. Knapp, Xew 
York. 1898, no. 43811, July 22. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 22, 1898: 
Great 4-paw show. 67 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 44528, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 
House (The) that Jack built. 68 

Copyright by W. B. Conkev co., Chi- 
cago: ' 1898, no. 44518, July 25^ 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Illustrated primer. 69 

Copyright by AY. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 44522, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Jack in the box. A. B. C. 70 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 

copies 



cago. 1898, no. 44524, July 25. 



rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Jack, the giant killer. 71 

Copyright by AY. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 44519, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Joseph Smith (The) legacy. 72 

Copyright by Modern housekeeper 
co., Chicago. 1898, no. 44844, July 27. 
2 copies rec'd July 27, 1898. 
* Kendall. (X. Y., no. 8076.) I sheet. 73 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 33564, May 
31. 2 copies rec'd July 2, 1898. 
~ Key chart. 74 

Copyright by Eodwick (E. C), San 
Jose, Cal. 1898, no. 16835,* Mar. 12. 2 
copies rec'd May 17, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lettering. (N. Y., no. 8124.) 3 sheet. 75 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. Ohio. 1898, no. 39684, June 
30. 2 copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

*Xew (The) Spanish walk up to date. 76 
Copyright by O. S. Bunnell, Philadel- 
phia. " 1898, no. 28675. May 7. 2 conies 
rec'd May 7, 1898. 

Xight (The) before Christmas. 77 

Copyright by AY. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 44529, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Old Eip Van Winkle. 78 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 44521, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Our pretty birds. 79 

Copyright by AY. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. " 1898. no". 44520, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25, 1898. 

Pretty pussy pictures. 80 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. "1898, no. 44526, July 25. 2 copies 
reed July 25, 1898. 

Eentz Santley. A night's frolic, no. 
6402. 1- sheet. 81 

Copyright by H. C. Miner litho. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 44339, July 25. 2 
copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Stand. (X. Y., no. 8136.) 28 sheets. 82 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 42268, July 
14. 2 copies rec'd July 25, 1898. 
Summer (A) at grandma's. 83 

Copyright by AY. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 44527, July 25. 2 copies 
rec'd July 25. 1898. 
Ten little pussy cats. 84 

Copyright by W. B.